Having read an earlier piece on culture and values, a colleague sent me a copy of report ‘THINKING THE UNTHINKABLE; A NEW IMPERATIVE FOR LEADERSHIP IN THE DIGITAL AGE.Having written about the undesirable outcomes of risk taking, this report made me consider the positive consequences of risk taking.
Together with the Semco Style Institute, Human Insight organised an interesting inspiration seminar on May 16th. During this day we talked about the interesting challenges that organisations face when adapting to change. Arko van Brakel, Chief Inspiration Officer at Semco Style, kicked the day of with an interesting view of what's happening on a broader international scale.
Teams Solve Problems Faster When They’re More Cognitively Diverse
Interesting research done by David Lewis and Alison Reynolds based team performance has been published by Harvard Business Review. With the use of the AEM-Cube (online assessment developed by Human Insight) for data gathering purposes Lewis & Reynolds found that strategic diversity in teams matter when looking at performance. Take a look at the interesting data.
On the 3rd of March, Human Insight organised an interesting workshop together with Purdue University's Agile Strategy lab. During this energy packed session, Scott Hutcheson gave a group of Human Insight consultants a walkthrough of how to create an environment that executes ideas and has an agile approach to testing what works and what doesn't.
We are delighted to be invited to speak at the Ready For Growth, Startup Europe event powered by #Worldstartupfactory on the 16th of February, The Hague, New World Campus, Spaarneplein 2.
During this event, Human Insight will talk about the power of teams and how to empower people to do the right thing that suits their natural talent and skillset.