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  • Insigniam Quarterly Transformational Leadership

    Building a Future for the Enterprise

    Visionary CEOs do not waste time trying to predict the future. Instead, they build it by summoning creativity and enrolling the organization.

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  • Insigniam Quarterly The Strategic Frame

    The Three Horizons of Strategic Frontiers

    Executives who explore and execute on their organization’s strategic frontiers can capture the future from their competition.

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  • Insigniam Quarterly Enabling Successful Change

    UPS’s Emerging Opportunities

    UPS’s Mark Vale shares how he is fueling the logistics company’s long-term growth and strengthening its global legacy by pushing it into emerging markets.

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Blog Post Breakthrough Results

Blockchain, Data Privacy, and Your Security

NBC’s Herb Weisbaum reported that, in 2016 alone, more than 4 billion data records were stolen. Moreover, Jorge Rey, the Director of Information Security and Compliance at Kaufman Rossin, reported that between January and November 2016 there were more than 4,000 ransomware attacks […]

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Blog Post Breakthrough Results

Blockchain and the Future of Global Finance

Blockchain is widely accessible and allows for more transparency than traditional financial models. The transparency offered by the DLT system renders tampering with the database fruitless as users of a blockchain have real-time access to transactional records.

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Blog Post Breakthrough Results

Bitcoin, Blockchain, and You

Technology and the Internet have made connectivity–whether between a mother and child or between two governments on different sides of the globe–ubiquitous. Things are possible for business, commerce, healthcare, peace, and education that couldn’t have even been considered just twenty years ago. This includes innovations like blockchain.

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Blog Post Breakthrough Results

Hitting the Brakes

Choosing a nine-minute pause each day to absorb an increase in information about what’s important now could ostensibly increase our capacity to slow things down and perform more effectively. It’s certainly worth a try.

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Blog Post Innovation that Creates New Value

Love and Innovation

But creating environments where there is collective thinking and creative action that allow for not just more ideas but a range of ideas and opportunities to solve the problem or reach the goal you have.

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Blog Post Enterprise-Wide Transformation

Relationships, Emergence and Your Organization

If you look at your organization, company, group, team, the agents are your people, the interactions are the relationships and the results are emergent.

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Blog Post Enabling Successful Change

How to Fight “Office Fever”? –The Employers Perspective

Going back to my question of what can you as a manager or leader do to increase employees’ satisfaction, and ultimately the bottom line?

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Blog Post Breakthrough Results

Black Swans, Anti-Fragility and Organizations

If you notice and deal with the frequent and inevitable bouts of volatility/small stressors head on with authentic conversations this serves to make an environment robust to fragility.

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Blog Post Enabling Successful Change

Surviving the News

Bad news may be unpleasant, it may own the headlines and the coverage, and it may keep coming. It may also be the source of inspiration to look at events that impact us from a different perspective: the real threat to survival is a matter of how much we are willing to learn.

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Blog Post Enabling Successful Change

Enabling Successful Change: Your ticket to the Future

Take Mergers and Acquisitions. Aetna & CVS, AT&T and Time Warner, Walt Disney and Fox just to mention a few, are all combining and that means the people in these companies will go through change. As pervasive as the need for effective change might be, 70% of change initiatives fail, or worse, create a new set of problems.

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Blog Post A Culture that Fuels Our Strategy

Creating a Culture of Meritocracy

Not for a set of “chosen few”, but as a commitment to recognize and reward performance and development of each and every employee; a commitment that lives through a set of principles and practices.

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Blog Post Enabling Successful Change

But I told them…

Unfortunately, what most consider to be effective communication – both in quantity and frequency – is insufficient. Especially during times of change in which communication likely needs to be increased ten-fold.

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