By SANDY CLARKE
In these political, social and economic times of unrest, it can be tough for leaders to navigate the choppy waters of a VUCA world and to be aware of the ‘unknown unknowns’ that lie ahead for the business.
By JOHN WALTER BAYBAY
Change management, while it seems internally focused within the organisational context, is actually dictated externally by the changing environment. As awful as it sounds, failure to effectively implement change could mean the demise of an organisation.
By EVA CHRISTODOULOU
Once you have identified the needs your organisation has in terms of skills, competencies and structure, the right kind of learning can be provided to the right individuals in order to get them where you need them to be faster.
By SASHE KANAPATHI
When managing people, chances are you will need to deal with non-performers. Before we even talk on improving performance, let’s diagnose the challenge of underperformance first. What contributes toward underperformance?
In a world we live in today, is it still relevant to give of ourselves? In this Be A Leader video series, watch and learn as we find out why it's so important that leaders learn to give more than to receive.
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
The immersive gameplay of Lockdown KL, a reality first-person adventure game simulating virtual escape game rooms, is more than just a game. I learnt some lessons from the whole experience.
By HANK MOORE
In 1912, the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank, and 1,502 people were killed. Think of other disasters that forced major changes in planning, policy, safety, implementation and accountability. Doing nothing or improper planning only invites and tends to multiply trouble.
By DANIEL BURRUS
The pace of technology-driven change today is too rapid for even the best reaction time to be fast enough. The author suggests that being proactive is no longer the answer, but rather, organisations ought to be pre-active.