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Post date: March 4, 2021
Breakthrough innovators (intuitively or consciously) apply the ALIEN framework, which stands for: attention,  levitation, imagination, experimentation and navigation.  ALIEN thinking provides a blueprint to escape conformity and to devise truly breakthrough solutions to important problems. There...
Post date: June 14, 2017
Learning and development professionals today are in a tight spot. C-suite leaders are funding learning functions differently than in past years, a shift you’ve likely noticed at your own organization. More and more executives are asking for proof of results before funding learning and development...
Post date: October 11, 2018
Diversity and inclusion are real concerns for nearly every organization today. Whether it is diversity of race, gender, or religion, or people with special needs, most organizations are aware of the need to design processes and policies that are inclusive of everyone’s needs. As important as fair...
Post date: November 12, 2015
Although design thinking traces its roots to the late sixties, the discipline entered the business world a mere decade ago. According to Tim Brown and Roger Martin, two respected thought leaders in the field, the time has come for design thinking to go to the next level.     My take on it: It is...
Post date: May 3, 2017
In one 24-hour period last year, Cisco broke down silos and routines at the worldwide technology company to bring employees together across 16 time zones in 116 cities and 39 countries for an HR Breakathon. The idea was to focus on and break down those things that prevent HR from performing at its...