Category Archives for "Adaptive Intelligence, sense making and complex problem solving"

how to experiment at work

How to experiment at work

By Jude Foulston“Those who experiment the most, are able to innovate the best.” How many times have you heard that? And seriously – give me one company who hasn’t listed innovation as a key part of their corporate identity or culture for 2018. The reality is that it’s just not that easy to ‘start experimenting’ or […]

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Free webinar – The DNA of Adaptive Intelligence

By Graeme Codrington Understanding the importance of adaptive intelligence in readiness for tomorrow’s challengesThis webinar will explore the ‘DNA of adaptive intelligence’.  Everyone is telling us that both individuals and organisations need ‘to be adaptive’ but what does this actually mean?  Evolutionary biology teaches us that it is not the strongest or fittest (and to […]

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Adaptive Leaders Mind the Gap between Rhetoric and Reality

By Keith CoatsAccording to author Richard Dobbs (No Ordinary Disruption) in 1950 a company occupied its place on the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index (S&P 500) for an average of 60 years. By 2011 that span had dropped to 18 years. More concerning is that Dobbs predicts that by 2027, 75% of currently listed companies […]

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