Total’s Bernadette Spinoy details how safety was embedded into the organization’s DNA.
Fed up with turf wars, silos, and other company dysfunctions? Energize the “brokers” who knit together your organization’s formal and informal networks.
By methodically putting equal emphasis on the hard and soft elements of leading change, organizations can more than double their odds of success.
Creating value from a merger is not easy. Acquirers that get it right start with an overlooked advantage: a healthy organization.
The roles that create the most value in your organization may not be at the top. Getting the right people in these critical seats can turbocharge performance.
Roche’s Frank Duff and Malte Schutz explain how trust, a faster pace, and evolutionary design have transformed their highly technical (and highly regulated) work.
Small, independent teams are the lifeblood of agile. Here’s how senior executives can help them thrive.
Four questions can help a company translate business goals into operating-model design.
Companies looking to improve workplace safety have a number of methods at their disposal. But to embed a sustainable safety culture, they must overcome the mind-sets that underlie unsafe behaviors.
You know what an agile organization is, and why it’s important. But figuring out how to pull off an agile transformation is another question.