Harnessing Friction as a Route to Success

Ongoing disruption – caused by fractured supply chains, rising inflation and geopolitical tensions – is presenting a challenging environment for growth and high performance. To keep a business on track and even take market share, leaders of global businesses must leverage tough debate, get the right talent in place and guard against isolation at the top. (read more)

A New Dawn for Strategy

In the short term, most leaders have wisely abandoned hopes of a predictable business environment to help them plan for the future. So, does that mean long-term strategy has gone the way of the dodo too? Quite the opposite – successful CEOs have taken the opportunity to refresh their approach, triggering a strategic evolution. (read more)

Going Glocal as a Regional Leader

At a time when globalisation has stalled and localisation is accelerating, businesses are reassessing how they operate in an international context. More leaders are thinking ‘local first’ as they empower their regional teams. Done well, this glocal business model is set to deliver high-performance, growth and a more innovative culture. (read more)

Building Alignment in a Growth Business

The world has changed radically in the last two years. A mixture of rising inflation, the shifting geopolitical landscape, supply chain pressures and a newly mobile workforce – not forgetting a global pandemic – have rendered long-established playbooks obsolete. (read more)