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The Future Proof Organisation

In this article the authors explore what it means to future proof your organisation. They summarised current research and the feedback received from senior and executive leadership on what they regard as the characteristics of a “future proof” organisation. The Business Value Model (BVM) is utilised as conversation framework to unpack this research.

Future Proofing the Organisation

Building Leadership Capacity in the Face of Volatility

In this article we discuss the impact of volatility, the implications thereof on leadership and how to build leadership capacity to deal more effectively with these implications.

Building Leadership Capacity

Flag-spotting with Clem Sunter

Scenario Strategist: The World and South Africa beyond 2016 – The latest flags, scenarios and probabilities

Clem Sunter_Flag watching

Organisational Culture: Soul and Spirit

In this article, the author explore the role of organisational culture as a key imperative for performance differentiation and an agile workforce. This will be a two part article where in part one, we will explore the need for agile culture and in part two suggest a proposed culture journey framework.

Creating Talent Agility

In this article we discuss the theme talent agility and unpack its definition, consider outdated employment models, look at the emergence of the open workforce, define the talent agility gap, how to assess the talent agility gap and conclude with considerations to bridge the talent agility gap.

Creating Talent Agility

The on-demand HR model

This article will unpack the components of the traditional HR Service Delivery Model, and endeavour to illustrate an alternative On-Demand HR Model in response to changing business needs.

The on-demand HR model

Teaching an elephant to dance

In the first article in this year’s series of articles, the various authors explored what it means to future-proof your organisation. They shared some perspectives on what senior and executive leadership regard as the characteristics of a “future proof” organisation. In following articles this concept of future-proofing was further unpacked by defining how to build an agile culture and how to create agile talent. Given this perspective on organisation, leadership, culture and talent needing to be more agile, the authors ask how I, as individual, make myself a meaningful part of this agile world. This article share ideas and tools on how to build personal agility.

Teaching an elephant to dance

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