What you might have missed over the holidays
Anyway, if you weren’t watching the “New World of Work” blog closely over the last few weeks, you might have missed some really brilliant contributions. Here are my favourites:
- The biggest global challenges in 2011
- My top story of the year: The reaction to the reaction to Wikileaks
- What is really happening in the US? – an analysis by Sir Jeremy Greenstock, our contributor from Gatehouse Advisory Partners group, who analyse global political trends.
- Are you the tallest amongst dwarfs or do you walk with giants? – a new year’s thought about benchmarking against your industry competitors vs trying to be the very best in the world
- Book Summary: From Strategy to Execution – some key trends shaping the new world of work
- The Difference: 2000 & 2010 – a short, but important, thought bullet from new contributor, Pete Laburn. He gets us thinking about whether we should be looking for business continuity or novelty in these turbulent times. (By the way, one of the most read posts on our blog in the last month was this infographic on how things have changed from 2000 to 2010).
- The 5 Most Dim-Witted Leadership Strategies – have you been guilty of any of these? A thought provoker by our Canadian contributor, Dawna MacLean.
- Strategic Intuition – another book summary by American author and strategy expert presenting one of the best models of strategy development and creativity I have read – read my note on how to make strategic intuition work for you.
- 10 Digital media trends that will influence 2011
- Summary of a decade, a century and a millennium – a very short piece that will get you thinking. Please contribute your thoughts…
- Global economic outlook 2011 – diverging fortunes – an analysis from The Economist
- Equal opportunities please…not equal outcomes – our head of Research, Catherine Garland looks again at what would really help women in the workplace
- A crisis of short-term minded leaders: Aprois moi, le deluge – one of my favourites, on the danger of short-term thinking by leaders
I hope they’re as fun and informative to read as they were to write. Have a great new world of work 2011.