In the Asian century, business as usual is not enough. Because what we know clearly is there isn’t a single aspect of government policies and national planning that won’t be touched by the great changes to come. Food security and foreign investment, immigration and education, stock market structures and financial regulation, energy policy and environmental standards.
“This surprisingly refreshing book has given me a different perspective on approaches than can be non-threatening, more flexible and meaningful to audiences within less open cultures. I’d highly recommend it as a hand book to anyone who is looking to make himself or herself relevant as a leader.”
With Michelle in China for three weeks talking to and working with local businesses, it seemed appropriate to identify a possible route into international business opportunities for small and medium businesses (SME). SME are faced with a problem when looking at off-shore possibilities – the big competitors have the infrastructure, numbers and resources to tap [...]
Michelle and I are constantly looking to new ideas that may help organisations reach their true goals, not just their financial results. We know you want more, including a great lifestyle for you and your people and customers who find it a pleasure to experience your products and services.
Stephen Denning’s latest book, The Leader’s Guide to Radical Management, provides a practical and effective way for organisations to create long-term sustainable success and allow people to flourish at work. It really doesn’t come much better than that! Anyone who has ever worked in a high performing team knows just how much fun they can [...]
Twitter seems to accept that corporate growing pains are a natural part of corporate life, need to be recognised and addressed, and that they are a valuable part of corporate life. They have identified passion bleeders and success barriers and taken steps to remove them. Microsoft seems to be denying the existence of growing pains, instead looking at external forces (eg competitors, GFC). As a result, many are asking what Microsoft stands for and are looking much more closely at the values and products of others.
Competition is a learning and growth experience. By competing, we learn from those with similar values and goals, including our customers and competitors, and find inspiration and methods to improve our own performance.
Corporate Growing Pains can also be a valuable experience, if you recognise them and get the help you need to get through them. But there is no single right answer. The solution will vary from organisation to organisation, because the things we share, the things that are important vary from organisation to organisation.
Welcome to our website. I am very excited as we have taken significant steps in our business growth this week after some weeks of growing pains. No doubt more joy, and pain, is to come – and the great thing is that we can share with you the wealth of our knowledge of how we [...]
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