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Talent Strategies for the Post-Loyalty World

November 18, 2013

Globalisation and hyper competition brings increasing pressure on organisations in the world’s advanced economies. For years, serious forecasting institutes such as the International Labour Organisation have predicted fewer jobs and more social unrest. At the same time,  income inequalities are rising as middle-income groups are shrinking due to rising long-term unemployment, weakening job quality and […]

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The Five Characteristics of Successful Innovators

October 27, 2013

There is not much agreement about what makes an idea innovative, and what makes an innovative idea valuable. We have written about these controversies before on this blog. What we do know is that creativity, knowledge and sound judgment are key components in coming up with innovative ideas. However creativity alone is not sufficient. Innovation […]

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How might we

September 19, 2012

Ever wonder why you get stuck trying to come up with new creative ideas? Perhaps it is time you focus your communication on three very important words: How Might We. The more common words to use when trying to come up with new ideas or new ways of doing thing, such as “How can we […]

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What business can learn from organized crime and 2500 years old Chinese art of war

March 14, 2012

The thought might be provoking; however, organized crimes and Chinese art of war have things in common and might serve as inspiration for modern business strategies in order to cope with today’s hypercompetitive markets. The idea that business can learn from the unseemly related subjects is intriguing and highly relevant. Sun Tzu and other more […]

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