For those of you just joining us (and perhaps still devising your New Year’s resolutions), welcome. Source: blog.marketo.com Continue reading Engage or Die: John Hagel of Deloitte on The Next Era of Marketing
Recommended: The death of serendipity ? – Summary : Serendipity is finding things without knowing they exist and wi… http://ow.ly/1eIWr6 Photocredit: corruptedbmx Related articles Innovation strategy: Invite serendipity into your world (innovationtools.com) How to Use Social Serendipity to Boost Innovation (innovationtools.com) Continue reading Recommended: The death of serendipity ?
I posted about The Shift Index in the not recent past. At a round table at Teleperformance Maastricht we discussed about how e-sat impacts c-sat. Love this post and therefore included Found at http://theparallaxview.com/2011/05/the-passionate-worker/ A Tweet by John Hagel caught my eye last week: John was referring to one of the findings of The Shift Index, as published by John and his team at Deloitte. Read all at http://theparallaxview.com/2011/05/the-passionate-worker/ Photocredit: 500px.com Related articles Creation Spaces Encourage the Exchange of Tacit Knowledge (blogs.hbr.org) Passionate Leadership Can Be Learned (business-strategy-innovation.com) Continue reading Employee Engagement & the Passionate Worker
Image by Joi via Flickr Found at The Dilbert paradox | The Ideas Economy. performance pressures mount in our global economy, competitive success will increasingly depend on resolving the Dilbert Paradox. What is the Dilbert Paradox? If you ask any senior executives what their top priorities are, they will inevitably respond that talent is one of their top priorities. Got it. But then look at all the enormously popular cultural artifacts like Dilbert and The Office that so graphically demonstrate the absolutely stultifying effect of our daily work environments on talent. How do we reconcile these two observations? To be continued at http://ideas.economist.com/blog/dilbert-paradox Photocredit: Ben Torode … Continue reading The Dilbert paradox | The Ideas Economy
Image by Edge Perspectives Blog via CrunchBase Found at adaptive path » blog » Henning Fischer » John Hagel and the Power of Pull at AP Amsterdam [UPDATED]. ………….. We’re also excited to announce that we will be hosting a talk by John Hagel III at the Adaptive Path Amsterdam studio on the evening of Friday the 24th. As co-chairman of Deloitte’s Center for the Edge, John and his team conduct original research and develop substantive points of view for new corporate growth. If you’re into strategy like we are, this is an evening for you. John will be talking about the new … Continue reading Recommended John Hagel and the Power of Pull at AP Amsterdam 27/9/2010