Who drives change in your organisation?

By Keith Coats In a global context of exponential change, the organisational imperative becomes one of intentionally building the capacity to change and evolve. Adaptability is critical to survival; this was an accepted evolutionary insight long before it was understood within the realms of business. PepsiCo CEO, Indra Nooyi has said that “Every morning you have […]

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What future jobs will look like

By Graeme Codrington One of the most watched TED videos is economist, Andrew McAfee’s “What Will Future Jobs Look Like”, and this forms the basis of today’s lesson.Before you watch the video, consider these three questions:What is the most exciting, interesting or disturbing technology innovation you’ve seen recently? Andrew will suggest that over the next few […]

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Everyone Must Learn To Code

By Graeme Codrington I’m often asked what the skills are that we need to learn to be successful in the future. Now, there’s a whole long list to answer that question, but always on my list – and always near the top of it – is all of us need to learn how to code. […]

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Proactivity, common sense and other lost skills in today’s workplace

By Graeme Codrington One of the consistent complaints I hear from senior leaders in large companies is that today’s young people – their youngest staff members – do not exhibit the types of characteristics they would hope to see in good employees. When pressed about this, the most common explanation is that today’s young people lack […]

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Workshop: 7 Characteristics of the Millennial generation

By Graeme Codrington One of the most common questions we are asked by our clients globally is how to engage with the younger generation entering the workforce. (Millennials / Gen Y / Digital Natives). They are certainly not just younger versions of what we know – they’ve grown up in a digital world and how they […]

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