Top 200+ management resources you need to know
Fast-moving technologies, rapid global expansion, shifting business models, mergers and acquisitions all hold out dazzling possibilities.
But leadership remains a huge challenge, even for companies relatively unscathed by the economic by economic turmoil. Today, employees continue to seek guidance from their leaders, who must find time to reassure their people while trying to establish a pole position for the future.
Top 200+ management resources you may have missed:
- Disrupt your own business before someone else does – How disruptive is your business? How to disrupt your own business before someone else does? [Infographic]
- Business model innovation in times of rapid change – Companies must adapt to disruption, or they will themselves be disrupted – possibly even destroyed [Infographic]
- A shift away from ownership – Digital disruption is creating new business models, changing value streams, and provoking faster, more disruptive change than ever before [Infographic]
- Don’t underestimate the potential of digital disruption – Many companies, underestimate the potential of digital disruption. In doing so, they systematically undervalue their own intangible assets [Infographic]
- Will access to assets be the new ownership – Are we moving from a world where we’re organised around ownership to one organised around access to assets?
- Slideshare presentation: Business disruption is sweeping – Business disruption is a hot topic – and it’s not just a passing trend
- Top 5+ disruptive change questions – How to disrupt your industry?
- Disruptive companies taking down well-established incumbents – In many industries there are examples of disruptive companies taking down well-established incumbents
- A decade ago business disruption was the rare exception – A decade ago business disruption was the rare exception – now it is a reality that companies face on a regular basis
- Top 7+ disruptive business trends – How disruptive is your business? – Don’t get left behind in today’s rapidly changing and disruptive world
- Disrupt or be disrupted – the major cause of disruption – Business disruption has is a hot topic – and it’s not just a passing trend, it’s the new normal
- Top 9+ major disruptive business change – The initial symptom is always the same – a competitor enters the market with an “inferior” product offering that the incumbent player simply refuses to worry about
- Business models don’t last as long as they used to – With scale advantages disappearing, no one is immune
- Better be the first to disrupt – Why? Because it’s probably going to happen anyway and it’s much more profitable to be the disruptor
- Everything you know about staying competitive doesn’t work anymore – The profound challenge for most companies now is imagining a new business model, a new answer to the fundamental question: How do we make money?
- 11 companies that are struggling with disruptive change — There is a huge difference between competing in a market and disrupting a market
- Surviving disruption in an age where competition comes from anywhere – Disruption is rampant, it’s hitting every single industry, caused by customers with powerful technology on their side. The question is not whether your industry will be disrupted. The question is when
- Disruptive change – keep up, or fall behind – Traditional tried and tested business models get thrown to the winds on a regular basis in our modern era where giant corporate behemoths can quickly succumb to nimble start ups with lower overheads and greater profit margins
- Disruptive change is inevitable – change is constant – Change may be the only constant, especially when it comes to operating a business
- Constant turbulence and disruption – Has change readiness become the new change management?
- It’s time for disruption – Next industry ready for disruption – Which industry will be the next, who is going to be hit by disruption?
- Disruptive change steamrolls incumbents – What will happened to Hewlett-Packard and Dell?
- Keeping pace with future change – Many companies are struggling to deal with the challenges
- Incremental changes won’t be enough to survive – Companies that do the same old things, make only incremental changes, and demonstrate “me-too” thinking will get left behind in today’s rapidly changing, hyper-competitive, disruptive world
- Forced to change faster – Increasing competition, globalization, technological changes, financial upheaval, political uncertainty, changing workforce demographics, and other factors are forcing organizations to change faster
Business disruption - Bricks and mortar
Business disruption - PC
Business disruption - Publishing
Business disruption - Restaurant
Business disruption - Technology
Business disruption - Television
Change management – celebrate
Change management – change readiness
Change management – communication
Change management – culture
Change management – employee buy-in
Change management – mistakes
Change management – quotes
Change management – resistance to change
Change management – storytelling
Collaborative consumption – sharing economy
- The sharing economy impacts core business models – The collaborative economy is currently where social media was a couple of years ago and this new economic model will no doubt continue to build momentum and disrupt many industries in the years to come, just as social did [Infographic]
- A technology driven change – The collaborative economy – Only two decades ago exchange existed completely offline
- The sharing economy – Transform to avoid business disruption – Corporate business plans and market control are being challenged by the expansion of the sharing economy and its “collaborative consumption”
- The sharing economy Yours, mine – no matter: sharing instead of owning – Humans have been bartering and swapping goods since cavemen loaned out the first thigh bone. But the internet has kicked sharing to new heights
- Neighbors used to share a cup of sugar – Nowadays there are several websites dedicated to connecting neighbors to share items
- In the sharing economy building trust is key – Maintaining trust and safety is critical for businesses built on peer-to-peer exchanges
- In the sharing economy convenience is a huge factor – The sharing economy is really about access, and convenience is a huge factor in access
- The drivers behind the rise of the collaborative economy – The drivers behind the rise of the sharing economy: social, economic, and technology drivers
- Slideshare presentation: The rise of the sharing economy – Once upon a time, one fundamental of the economy was pretty simple. If you wanted something, you bought and owned it. But now we have the rise of the sharing economy
- The sharing economy is changing consumer consumption – The challenge to traditional consumer consumption patterns – which is driven by creating demand for items for consumers to purchase and own – lies in questioning the need to always own something
- The share economy – The growth of bike sharing is exceptional – Today more than 500 cities in 49 countries host advanced bike-sharing programs, with a combined fleet of over 500,000 bicycles
- The consumer powered revolution – The rise of the share economy – The rise of the share economy is quietly turning millions of people into part-time entrepreneurs and disrupting old notions about consumption and ownership
- Do companies have to join the sharing economy – Customers are now sharing products and services with each other. Must companies join the sharing economy
- No sharing economy without social media – The sharing economy also known as the collaborative consumption could not have worked out before social media platforms
- Collaborative consumption is not a new flower power movement - The business threats they embody are very real
- If you can’t beat them, join them – collaborative consumption – The global car hire firm Avis Budget has now agreed to buy Zipcar
- Top 15+ disruptive business models based on collaborative consumption – Will collaborative consumption disrupt traditional business models?
- Will collaborative consumption disrupt traditional business models – Time Magazine recently rated collaborative consumption as one of the “10 ideas that will change the world”
Collaborative consumption – Peer-to-peer boat
Collaborative consumption – Peer-to-peer hotels
Collaborative consumption – Peer-to-peer lending
Collaborative consumption – Peer-to-peer stuff
Collaborative consumption – Peer-to-peer task
- Slideshare presentation: Managing organisational culture – An organisation can have the finest strategy, complete with action plans, timelines and metrics, but if it is not supported by their culture – “the way things are done around here” – it will likely fizzle out somewhere along the way
- SIMPLE approach to high performance organization – A SIMPLE approach to high performance organization [Infographic]
- Employee performance, you reward them, right? – If you are still trying to motivate employees the old way – through a system of rewards – you are probably frustrated and failing
- Top 10+ sins of performance management – Make sure to avoid these deadly sins of performance management
- 10 key elements in creating a high performance culture – Clearly define what winning looks like, spell out your “preferred culture”, set stretch targets, connect to the big picture, develop an ownership mentality, taking the time to celebrate etc.
- 20 tips to improve employee engagement and performance – Communicate clear goals and expectations to your employees, share information and numbers, encourage open communication, celebrate both financial and non financial achievements etc.
- Increase performance through employee engagement – Employees who are engaged put their heart and soul into their job and have the energy and excitement to give more than is required of the job
- How to hold people accountable – How to create a culture of accountability and hold people accountable?
- Connect employee goals to larger company goals – For goals to be meaningful and effective in motivating employees, they must be tied to larger organizational ambitions
- Top 10+ why happiness at work will increase performance – If your employees aren’t having fun, they’re probably not performing at their highest level
- Improving performance through transparency – transparency doesn’t only serve outsiders trying to understand the strengths and weaknesses of your company, transparency can play a valuable role inside the company walls, as well and is an important element in performance management.
Social media’s impact on business
- The Trusted Company – The time has come to work with trust as an integrated part of business strategy
- Have competitive advantage lost their relevance – Business-model innovation will be the new essential competency
- Rapid rate of change is killing strategy – Strategy, as we know it, is dead in the current economic environment
- It’s time to rethink everything – is traditional strategy dead – The time has come to rethink strategy
- Wake up call – don’t let things get arrogant – It happened to McDonald’s, IBM, Apple and Nokia. What about Starbucks?
- Wake up call – don’t get stuck in the jar – Not being able to let go of your past, of your past success, of clinging on to it, almost always creates Win-Lose situations. It is blocking the opportunity to develop and grow
- Wake up call – disruption is rampant – Faced with an eroding core business, many companies seem to do … nothing. They have not heard the wake-up call
- Caught in a time warp – Adapt quickly to changes – Despite recession, currency crises, and tremors of financial instability, the pace of disruption is roaring ahead
- Wake up call – is your company the next target – Customers are voicing their opinions about companies they do business with, as constituents voice their displeasure about the poor job their leaders are doing on their behalf
- Change before the competition force you to change – The key challenge of technology companies today is how they renew themselves
- Change management require a revision of the current strategy - When dealing with change management it is often required to have a closer look at the current strategy
- What is the relationship between culture and strategy – Strategy, at its core, is rational and logical, clear and simple. It should be easy to comprehend and to talk about. Without a clear strategy, a company is lost.
- Value creation in the future – Value creation in the future will be based on economies of creativity
- No value creation without culture – Organizations that emphasize clearly defined cultures that are aligned with company value creation enjoy better performance, greater financial gain and long-term employee commitment.
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