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Transitions: from IQ to SQ

Transitions: from IQ to SQ

October 13, 2016

Books smarts used to rule the corporate world – being the “smartest guy/gal in the room” lead to success. In an interconnected and fast-changing world those rules have changed. In this episode, David and Justin discuss the transition from IQ (cognitive intelligence) to SQ (social intelligence) and the implications to leaders today.

Transitions: External Threats with Open Organizations

Transitions: External Threats with Open Organizations

September 30, 2016

We’re transitioning from a world of “walled garden” organizations to those that are open to their environment. In this episode, David and Justin discuss that while this comes with tremendous advantages in innovation and growth, it also comes with security risks from outside threats.

Transitions: Hierarchy to Holistic Structure

Transitions: Hierarchy to Holistic Structure

September 14, 2016

Is your organization’s structure sucking the life out of you as well as your business? In this episode, David and Justin discuss the transition from hierarchy to more holistic organizational structures and how the metaphor of the human body can help you, as a leader, optimize your potential.

Transitions: A New Series

Transitions: A New Series

September 8, 2016

Ever been stressed out due to all the change in your personal and professional life? Us, too. We’re starting a new series called “Transitions” where we describe the major transitions happening in business and how the metaphor of the body provides guidance on how to deal with transitions in a positive and impactful way. In this episode, David and Justin introduce the series and lay some groundwork on what’s to come in future episodes.

People: Peter Drucker

People: Peter Drucker

August 12, 2016

In this episode, David and Justin discuss the ground breaking management work of Peter Drucker. Known as the “father of modern management”, Drucker’s work is responsible for much of the progress we’ve seen in industry over the last century. He was also the first major management thinker to equate business within an “ecological” framework and often used the human body as a metaphor…sound familiar?

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