Tag Archive: Thinking Differently at Work

What’s Your New Job?

Bud Caddell also developed a diagram for thinking about how you can contribute to working in an intelligent organisation: Bud suggests your job is and should be to commandeer one of these circles and make yourself indispensable. Conversely, if you are an executive or manager, who is fulfilling these roles for you in your organisation?

Opera Singing Can Make You A Better Public Speaker!

I recently attended a session of the Melbourne Knowledge Management Leadership Forum. For variety, this evening’s session was a workshop by former opera singer turned corporate voice coach Louise Mahler of The Art of Business. I had some great experiences, and I learnt a bit about how I use my voice and how I can…

Thinking Differently with Deloitte

Also at the VPS-CIN and Hargraves Institute innovation conference, Peter Williams, CEO of Deloitte Digital spoke on innovation. Deloitte are doing some very interesting things in the innovation area, and Peter made many pertinent points about innovation. Amongst the many interesting points Peter raised, he suggested that the acid “test of innovation is execution.” Peter…

Thinking Differently at Work – Poetry and Leading Business Conversations

I’m starting a series of posts on “thinking differently at work.” A great place to start is with poet David Whyte, featured in the May 2007 issue of the Harvard Business Review. Whyte uses poetry as a medium for leading and enriching business conversations – to create conversations that “no matter how slowly, help you…

Tag Archive: Thinking Differently at Work

What’s Your New Job?

Bud Caddell also developed a diagram for thinking about how you can contribute to working in an intelligent organisation: Bud suggests your job is and should be to commandeer one of these circles and make yourself indispensable. Conversely, if you are an executive or manager, who is fulfilling these roles for you in your organisation?

Opera Singing Can Make You A Better Public Speaker!

I recently attended a session of the Melbourne Knowledge Management Leadership Forum. For variety, this evening’s session was a workshop by former opera singer turned corporate voice coach Louise Mahler of The Art of Business. I had some great experiences, and I learnt a bit about how I use my voice and how I can…

Thinking Differently with Deloitte

Also at the VPS-CIN and Hargraves Institute innovation conference, Peter Williams, CEO of Deloitte Digital spoke on innovation. Deloitte are doing some very interesting things in the innovation area, and Peter made many pertinent points about innovation. Amongst the many interesting points Peter raised, he suggested that the acid “test of innovation is execution.” Peter…

Thinking Differently at Work – Poetry and Leading Business Conversations

I’m starting a series of posts on “thinking differently at work.” A great place to start is with poet David Whyte, featured in the May 2007 issue of the Harvard Business Review. Whyte uses poetry as a medium for leading and enriching business conversations – to create conversations that “no matter how slowly, help you…