Tim Clayton-Ball argues that as well as current ability, future potential and development are crucial in ensuring that organisations find the right leaders.
Bhushan Sethi believes the pandemic brought issues around diversity and wellbeing to the fore and made workers reassess what they want from their jobs
Kate Lister, President of Global Workforce Analytics, believes that companies must recognise, if they haven’t already, that flexibility is now the name of the game, and results-based management must be the goal.
Saerom (Ronnie) Lee, Assistant Professor of Management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, argues countless examples of flat structures failing highlight the need for hierarchical structures in business.
Peter Schwartz, Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning at Salesforce, feels that to a certain extent, we are already living and working in a metaverse, just one without the headsets.
Julia Lamm, Global Workforce Strategy Leader and Principal at PwC United States, feels that, among other areas, the pandemic has highlighted the importance of meaningful work and career paths for the new employee experience.
Kevin Cashman argues that leaders are shifting from an ‘executive’ to an ‘enterprise’ style of leadership as a result of the pandemic, and that getting the balance right between their businesses performing and transforming is crucial.
Vince Cable, former UK Business Secretary, For the November edition of The Loop, we spoke to Sir Vince Cable, former leader of the Liberal Democrats from 2017 to 2019, and former Business Secretary in the UK’s Coalition Government of 2010 to 2015 argues that money in particular was crucial to interdepartmental disagreements, and that a strong presence at the heart of government would be a key factor in encouraging wider collaboration.
We spoke to CX expert Shep Hyken on B2B feedback, and how B2B clients are becoming more like B2C customers with their expectations.
We spoke to Jonny Gifford of the CIPD to discuss the changes that have taken place in performance management and whether there is still a place for any individual management in the workplace