Bluesky thinking is exactly what we don’t need.

I’m sorry, I hate the phrase too. Its corporate speak and really what does it mean? Blue sky thinking refers to brainstorming with no limits. With this approach to idea generation, ideas don’t need to be grounded in reality. Rather, blue sky thinking sessions are open to all creative ideas regardless of practical constraints. To me its up…

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Sports in a post-pandemic world. 

Here in Western Europe we are deep in a lockdown resultitng from the global coronavirus pandemic. All non-essential work is suspended, the workforce told to stay at home, all public gatherings cancelled, no groups allowed on the streets, all sporting events postponed or cancelled. Some of the biggest spectator events are sports & music. SPORTS…

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Internalized Stress

“Stress at work is common, but it shouldn’t come from employee relationships” Dealing with stress arising from the tidal push and pull of working with other people should not be detrimental to the work that you are trying to achieve. If you are encountering resistance or friction from co-workers; whether they see it a perceived…

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Software as a Service (SaaS) providing Solutions

In case you are unaware, for many of us now, working remotely or ‘offsite’ is made possible by working in the cloud. The tools that enable us to be effective in this work are SaaS or Software as a Solution which is essentially the distribution model of internet hosted applications which are used on a subscription…

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What happens when Change Management meets employee resistance to an RPA roll out?

“RPA is a promising new development in business automation that offers a potential ROI of 30-200%—in the first year. Employees may like it, too.”  — Xavier Lhuer, McKinsey and Company The line “Employees may like it, too.” is so simple and understated yet sums up possibly the biggest stumbling block in any Change Management process….

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