PET is about protection AND improvement — environmentally, socially and re. well-being. The last two are being put to a heavy test in these days, interestingly to the advantage of the first… We’re all responding quite positively: the air’s full of official, sensible Do’s & Don’ts; organisations (including us) are doing their bit putting together […]
Extrapolate the object of the below blog — organisational development — onto any sustainability project you like¹, and you will have 5 strategic areas to focus on. https://corporate-rebels.com/moss-kanter/ ¹ eg: developments in community culture, housing, carbon footprint, finances, and hey, why not even personal development!
As an innovator & entrepreneur your #1 task is to reduce the risk and uncertainty of new business ideas before you invest big and scale … … test desirability, viability, and feasibility. That gives us three major areas of uncertainty: Do customers want it (desirability), can we build & implement it (feasibility), and can we […]
So simple and very interesting was a blog in the Harvard Business Review (Edmundson & Verdin 9Nov2017), that I add some bits of it here. I feel the information is very important for new and up&running projects and programs to take into consideration. We’re all creatures of habit. We all prefer to avoid pain of […]
When looking at any way forward, I have two choices: “More of the Same” — movement not progress restructuring, investment in HRactivities, focus on more productivity and less costs, or “Guts & Will & Faith” in the collective ability to transcend the mundane by harmonising the demands of common sense [to keep costs effective while […]
transpose this subject matter onto finding the perfect PETproject. We gotta find the sweet spot. More on this subject to follow…
Resilience is the capacity for adapting to – and surviving – radically changing circumstances. This includes anything from climate change and economic collapse to the threat of international terrorism and pandemic disease. To meet these challenges sustainably, leaders must cultivate three types of resilience. Personal, group and global resilience. Personal On the individual level, resilience […]