Interesting things we have found this week about building 21st Century business.
How Spotify scaled up agile principles to create its own product-focused organisational structure.
Frederic Laloux discusses the space between hierarchy and free-for-all with a focus on new approaches to consent-based decision making.
Revisiting Drucker’s thinking, HBR points to 6 capabilities that will still be vital for organisations in 2020.
HBR study finds Jeff Bezos #1 CEO in the world: an interesting in-depth piece on Bezos and his methods.
The story of Ebay’s turn-around, focusing on Jack Abraham and the ‘guiding coalition’ he created around him.
FUTURE OF HR
Sketching the HR team of the future: how HR team constellations will need more diverse skills.
Some thoughts on new activities at the intersection of HR and digital.
Google’s ongoing long-term study, gDNA, questions how people thrive in a world where work is ever-present.
GE recently published a report forecasting how Industrial Internet can positively impact MENAT regions.
MIT Technology Review examines the Networked Economy, which is estimated to be worth at least $90 trillion over the next 15 years.
FROM THE ARCHIVE
How data-driven business improvement will change the way we manage companies.
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