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What Innovation Really Means

New ideas and fresh thinking are fundamental if companies are to retain a competitive edge. To drive innovation, you need to create a culture where ideas come from both within an organisation and by working with others. Increasingly, the art of doing this successfully lies in being able to utilise various channels and by harnessing the skills at a company’s disposal to capture those moments of inspiration. (read more)

Leadership in a Digital World

As technology continues to transform business models, a new breed of corporate leader is emerging who is digitally-savvy and assiduously curious. Rather than fearing change and obsessively trying to retain control, the most accomplished CEOs accept that for an organisation to compete globally and attract and retain the best talent, they must be highly collaborative, operationally focused and ruthlessly strategic. (read more)

New Adventures in Partnering

At a time when business models clearly need to adapt and change, cross-sector partnerships are a great way to experiment and be innovative. Whether it’s financial services, retail or even housing, boards are being far more imaginative in how alliances with businesses outside their industry are formed and the ways in which they can collaborate to reach customers and open up new routes to market. (read more)

Why Business Strategy is Changing

A shift in strategic thinking is underway as boards come to realise that they must respond faster to the changes shaping the global marketplace. The old notion of a set five-year plan has been transformed into more emergent strategies, where assumptions about the future are tested more frequently and, if a new direction is needed, the business is fluid enough to be able to adapt quickly. (read more)