Culture

To-Do or Not-to-DO: The Dilemma of Productivity Members Public

“It’s hip to focus on getting things done, but it’s only possible once we remove the constant static and distraction. If you have trouble deciding what to do, just focus on not doing.” (Tim Ferris)

Beatrice Barbazzeni
Beatrice Barbazzeni
Productivity

A Horse Called Purpose Members Public

What defines a strong organization? A commitment to strategy, culture, and organizational design or a commitment to purpose-driven decisions?

Colin Iles
Colin Iles
Purpose

Do We Need a Crisis to Improve 10X Processes? Crisis Leads to Change Members Public

A crisis already mobilizes many ExO Attributes, but if we define them and replace chaos with a facilitated ExO methodology, we can surely find many more solutions that are 10X cheaper, better, and safer.

Suman Sasmal
Suman Sasmal
Culture

Ten Steps To Better Data-Led Decision-Making (And More Profit) Members Public

Whilst strong leadership teams will have mastered the art of identifying and enabling these rare talent multipliers, the reality is that most leadership teams do indeed struggle.

Colin Iles
Colin Iles
Data Science

Nonverbal Communication to Level Up Your Business Members Public

While spoken words are an explicit, direct, and pragmatic form of communication (i.e., used to communicate external facts), nonverbal communication acts on a higher level to augment and maintain interpersonal relationships (i.e., used to communicate emotions, and it reflects personalities).

Beatrice Barbazzeni
Beatrice Barbazzeni
Communication

Six Principles TymeBank Used To Scale (That You Can Use Too) Members Public

Factors that appear to consistently create a culture that allows for these better, faster decisions include having a leadership team that is purposeful, curious and courageous. That opens the possibility for creating autonomous teams and encouraging rapid experimentation and prototyping.

Colin Iles
Colin Iles
Case Study

How Our Name Affects Our Personality and Identity: What Social Psychology Says Members Public

Recent studies found that our names have the potential to influence our behavior, physical appearance, career path and life choices, popularity, and how others perceive us.

Beatrice Barbazzeni
Beatrice Barbazzeni
Culture

Employee Centricity Alone Might Not Prevent Great Resignation Members Public

We are in a transitional period toward new organizational architectures. The next significant innovation will not be technological, but in the way, we organize our potential.

Diego SOROA
Diego SOROA
Remote Work