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The Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program (FEP) uses an innovative meeting process to quickly access the most untapped resource in almost every company, and then uses that resource to transf
Story by Rod Collins on June 1, 2010
In business, if you are managing people in any way, shape or form - you are clearly expected to be a leader of your team/tribe, but leadership is rarely, if ever, included in your job t
Hack by Chase LeBlanc on April 15, 2011
For all of the talk about the future, the loss of the great minds of futurism, and the significance that the future may or may not bring; the past can be a great predictor of the future in that there
Hack by Timothy Stafford on December 16, 2010
The TELUS Leadership Philosophy (TLP) supports the evolution of TELUS (a national telecommunications company in Canada) into a customer focused, highly collaborative, connected and engaged e
Story by Dan Pontefract on July 15, 2011

The introduction into the workplace of social media tools and other technologies that make communication easier, broader, and faster, tend to underscore a lesson that most managers used to take many years to learn: that we lead not by controlling but by inspiring.

Mick Blowfield examines the recent Climategate scandal and explores the damage it can cause managers who are too easily mystified or misled. Read the full article on London Business School's site.
With the Global Financial Crisis in mind the aim is to provide a review of challenges and approaches relating to how organisations should  create new blue prints, ranging from long term plan
Hack by Zaineb Jabawi on May 9, 2012
Social revolutions are nothing but the outer manifestation of an inner evolution that has already begun.

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