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If every firm is becoming a technology firm, then every leader needs to become a digital leader, writes Nelson Phillips.
- 11 Nov 2020
- Nelson Phillips, professor, Imperial College Business School
For Andrew Mawson, founder of Advanced Workplace Associates, the COVID-19 crisis is a catalysing force for inevitable organisational change,
- 09 Nov 2020
- Andrew Mawson, founder, Advanced Workplace Associates
Shereen Daniels reminds us of the importance of ‘soft skills’ in a world of hard machinery.
- 30 Nov 2019
- Shereen Daniels
Future competitiveness will be determined by firms’ ability to fuse their human and technological capital in novel ways, argues Prof Jonathan Trevor.
- 06 Nov 2019
- Professor Jonathan Trevor
Mastering and role modelling digital dexterity will enable leaders to guide their organisations to success in a digitally enabled world.
- 20 Jun 2019
- Yulia Barnakova, Principal, Steven Krupp, Partner and Scott Snyder, Partner, Heidrick & Struggles
It's not enough to develop strategy and leadership skills for executives, says David Brown. Leaders would benefit from upskilling in technology, too.
- 29 May 2019
- Changeboard Team
Thierry Rayna, PhD, a professor of innovation management at École Polytechnique, explains why blockchain is still likely to bring future disruption.
- 13 May 2019
- Changeboard Team
Are collaboration tools like Slack encouraging workplace productivity or facilitating employer surveillance, while fuelling distraction?
- 30 Apr 2019
- Ralph Jones
Digital innovation is a key business issue for HR professionals to address, argues Devyani Vaishampay, managing partner at The HR TECH Partnership
- 02 Nov 2018
- Devyani Vaishampayan
Kursty Groves-Knight, founder of Headspace, presents at Changeboard's Future Talent Conference 2015.
- 23 Jul 2015
- Sarah Clark