Some (more) gems from our archives – valuable reading!
This blog has been running since 2003, and has nearly 2,000 individual entries. At one level it is a living library of the “new world of work”, captured as it emerges around us. I have recently taken some time to troll through the archives, from day one, and discovered again some remarkable gems. This is the second in my series of “gems from the archives”.
These articles from early 2005, are still well worth reading. They were prescient then, and remain important now, as we think about the implications of the new world of work that we find ourselves in. Enjoy:
- The goal of diversity is not harmony
- Cultural intelligence: Individual interactions across cultures
- Would you work for Halliburton (This is even more relevant as it appears Halliburton are the ultimate cause of the current BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster)
- Lessons from where you least expect them
- The last man to wear pantaloons
- Apres moi le deluge – dealing with short term thinking in leadership
- Conversation vs Information
- Chaotic management
- Leading diversity: an invitation to leaders everywhere
- Organising the future: The Individualized Corporation