Summary: Navigating the intense pressure at work requires resilience, but this time of change is special—it also requires leaders to take a step back, to engage their most innovative and strategic thinking, and to practise a unique self-discipline that will enable them to activate their organisations for a new world.
Summary: Resilience is a deep-rooted attribute that flows from the culture of an organisation, through the senior management, and down to the employees. Resilient organisations begin with resilient teams that are made of resilient individuals.
Summary: Culture, leadership, change, and discipline will help build a resilient organisation in a post-pandemic world. As you refine your culture and adapt your leadership for 2021, make sure you clearly identify the vision you have.
Summary: Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: Every leader has a vision
MYTH 2: Vision is a gift that only a few can have
MYTH 3: Vision is an idea turned into a statement
MYTH 4: Visionary leadership is about consensus
MYTH 5: A visionary and a futurist are the same
Summary: What is the difference between organisations that have successful remote teams and those who do not? Thought productivity is the first thing that might come to one’s mind, it is not the only factor. It is the members of the team working cohesively, as true teammate that matters.
Summary: The growing importance of digitalization in MSMEs is not only the policy agenda but is also important for the survival of this segment. Digitalisation will not only improve their competitiveness, but also benefit society at large because SMEs are the main service providers in the regional economic growth and innovations.
Summary: Family run businesses are a significant segment of any nation’s economy. A family business can be a single-owner firm or a large industrial house. What are the policies and principles adopted by leading family-run organisations that make them so successful?
Summary: Work-life integration has evolved as an all-encompassing concept and is poised to be an inherent part of the new normal that is emerging. However, whatever pros it holds, it does come with its fair share of challenges as well.
Summary: An engaged workforce—across generations—is the best vaccine for any organisation to help it develop immunity against future crisis; but are the leaders listening? Organisations need to learn from both the mistakes they made and the things they got right during this pandemic.