By Harvard Professors Davin Garvin and Amy Edmonson. A 10-minute clip discusses how the rate of learning and adapting may be the only true competitive advantage and implementing a learning organization through the manager level rather that through the "C" level.
By Professor Dave Ulrich of the University of Michigan School of Business. A 5-minute discussion during which Profess Ulrich reinforces that, to achieve a successful transformation, its not about implementing best practices but implementing best systems.
A provocative 5-minute look at the impacts the changing world is having upon organizations and why learning and performance management are the key to fulfilling the HR agility requirements an organization must have to remain competitive.
By Peter Senge, Center for Organizational Learn, MIT's Sloan School of Management. A 3-minute snippet on the difference between creativity Vs. problem solving methods in the workplace. Peter argues that both are necessary; problem solving is meant for today's need Vs creativity solving the higher concept issues with long-term results.
In this 4-minute discussion held with the Stanford University School of Business, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorna argues that organizational change (including improvement) is difficult due to the inherent quest by all employees to preserve the status quo.
This 10-minute discussion presented by Marshall Goldman, author of the 'Ask the Coach' blog for the Harvard School of Business. He looks at the role and attributes of the leader today and those required by a leader of the future. After conducting a global survey, he shares five new attributes that future leaders must possess.