Transformation

Shift Happens: How the World is Changing, and What You Need to Do About It

By Greg Tutunjian / February 17, 2020 /

John Hagel, John Seely Brown and Duleesha Kulasooriya have collaborated (in various parings) on three important bite-sized books: Institutional Innovation (Hagel, Seely Brown, Kulasooriya) Shift Happens (Hagel, Seely Brown) Scaling Edges (Hagel, Seely Brown, Kulasooriya) These bite-sized gems were produced by IDEA BITE PRESS working with Deloitte’s Center for The Edge. In this post, I’m…

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Robert Greenleaf’s “Best Test” for Servant-Leadership – A Different Type of Assessment for a Different Type of Leader

By Greg Tutunjian / February 6, 2020 /

Robert Greenleaf, the originator of the practice (and expression) servant-leadership, developed a simple test to determine how effectively we’re practicing servant-leadership in our daily lives. He called this the Best Test. Regardless of our roles at work and in daily life, we’re each leading and often leading multiple constituencies. How effectively we’re leading is always determined…

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Institutional Innovation: How the World is Changing and What You Need to Do About It

By Greg Tutunjian / February 4, 2020 /

John Hagel, John Seely Brown and Duleesha Kulasooriya have collaborated (in various parings) on three important bite-sized books: Institutional Innovation (Hagel, Seely Brown, Kulasooriya) Shift Happens (Hagel, Seely Brown) Scaling Edges (Hagel, Seely Brown, Kulasooriya) These bite-sized gems were produced by IDEA BITE PRESS working with Deloitte’s Center for The Edge. In this post, I’m…

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How to Be A Rebel Leader

By Greg Tutunjian / January 31, 2020 /

I was inspired by a shared tweet that included the following illustration:                           These principles come from the work of Francesca Gino and her new book, Rebel Talent: Why It Pays To Break The Rules At Work And In Life.  I highly recommend…

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Management Rewired: Why Feedback Doesn’t Work and Other Surprising Lessons from the Latest Brain Science

By Greg Tutunjian / January 30, 2020 /

I was thrilled to find this book as a means of discovering a more quantitative way to assess the value of feedback and how to use it (more effectively.) I was also excited to learn more about the adoption of neuroscience in everyday life. The author, Charles Jacobs, is a principal at 180 | Partners…

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