Baroness Michelle Mone is a serial entrepreneur mostly recognisable for her work in the beauty industry in the UK. The Leaderonomics Show host Roshan Thiran caught up with the Baroness to learn about her rags-to-riches story.
In this series of Raise Your Game and The Science of Building Leaders, Leaderonomics managing editor Lydia Gomez shares what leaders need to pay attention to in order to create a safe space for failure in the spirit of innovation.
Paul Leibold is the founder of Adaptive City Mobility (ACM), a public-funded entity focused on competitive e-mobility for future and sustainable cities. Roshan Thiran caught up with him to learn more about his motivation in the e-mobility space.
Professor Langdon Morris is recognised globally as one of the top thinkers, consultants and authors on innovation and strategy. Roshan Thiran caught up with him to learn more about his personal leadership journey in innovation.
Howard Yu, professor of strategic management and innovation at IMD Business School, shares his key insights in strategy and innovation for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the age of disruption, on The Leaderonomics Show.
By SANDY CLARKE
Fundamentally, innovation is people-centric – it thrives or dies depending on how we’re able to connect to and interrelate with one another. Explore how provocations might work for us in helping organisations grow.
By RUBA NACKEERAN
As the drive to create new products and services continues, it’s vital for business leaders to understand their creation. Does it address a current need or is it creating a need that the average user has not thought about?
By ANGIE NG
Dyson almost bankrupted himself inventing the world’s first bagless vacuum cleaner. There is no shame in failing but it would be a shame not to learn from it. Inventor and founder of UK-based Dyson Ltd, James Dyson knows this too well.