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Asian Investment Conference 2015 Keynote: Coping With Disruptive Forces in the Digital Age - Credit Suisse

What strategies and models do modern businesses need to adopt in order to survive and prosper in the new digital environment? Christian Lanng, the head of Tradeshift, a business-to-business platform that uses cloud-based technology to improve processes like invoicing, workflow and supplier financing, offers his vision for how businesses can cope with new disruptive forces – and the pitfalls to avoid.

  • Date: 04/11/2016
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Leading Digital Business Transformation: Innovation Streams, Executive Leadership & Ambidexterity - Centre For International Development | HARVARD

From mobile banking to the shared economy, the digitization of the economy is disrupting business as usual. Leading disruptors in the tech space will discuss what the digital transformation means for the economy, organizational culture and individual skills, as firms and organizations discover that their real assets are no longer the bricks and mortar, but the more intangible assets of data and networks.

  • Date: 17/10/2016
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Excellence: Tuck in the Shower Curtain - Tom Peters

Often we get caught in lofty strategies and organisational plans. However, often the downfall of companies is not because of the strategies set, it’s because the small things fall off the radar. Tom Peters' lesson from Conrad Hilton, master hotelier, is to make sure the little things get done. In Hilton's view, you should tuck in the shower curtain.

  • Date: 27/06/2016
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Dave Ulrich: Capability Builder - HR Competency Study

Dave Ulrich explains how to become a Capability Builder, one of the competencies from the 2012 round of the HR Competency Study. HRCS is the longest running, most comprehensive study in the HR profession.

  • Date: 03/05/2016
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The Future of Learning: How Google Transformed their L&D Delivery - Stephan Thoma

Stephan Thoma explains how Google revamped its product training/education intitiatives using creative peer to peer tools for internal learning and knowledge transference.

  • Date: 21/12/2015
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5 Dysfunctions of Teams - Patrick Lencioni

Patrick Lencioni gives a talk at the HTB Leadership Conference 2013 at the Royal Albert Hall, London. His talk covers the 5 dysfunctions of a team.

  • Date: 10/12/2015
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"Smart Tribes" author Christine Comaford unpacks 3 necessary things for trust to exist

"Smart Tribes" author Christine Comaford unpacks 3 necessary things for trust to exist. 1. safety 2. Belonging 3. Mattering

  • Date: 12/10/2015
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Gary Hamel: Renowned Business Strategy and Management Thought Leader

How do we build organisations that are fit for the future, but how do we also build organisations that are fit for human beings?

  • Date: 05/10/2015
  • Category: Organisational Capability Strategy
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Prof. Michael Porter: You need strategy for your organisation

Don't compete to be the best, build your own unique identity and products and services. (Forgive the video footage; good content though.)

  • Date: 06/05/2015
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Dave Ulrich: Organization Capabilities - HR Transformation Tool 3.1

Dave Ulrich explains the importance of Organisation Capabilities and why they are HR's number one deliverable.

  • Date: 06/05/2015
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