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Greetings, Last year IBM’s Global CEO Study titled “Capitalizing on Complexity” was released. It discussed the concept of creative leadership and CEO’s perspective that it would be very important in the future to have creative leaders in the organization based upon an uncertain and complex future. I wrote about the implications of the study in… Read more »

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Greetings, I am writing this week’s blog while on vacation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina this week with my family. It has been time to relax and reflect on two things that are important to me…fossil hunting and creating great leaders. It may not be readily apparent to you the similarities between these two very… Read more »

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Greetings, Much has been made of the concept of white space in the last several years. Specifically from an innovation or new market identification and exploitation perspective. Mark W. Johnson’s book “Seizing the White Space – Business Model Innovation”…(you can see his website here…Seizing the White Space) details how corporations and businesses need to focus… Read more »

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Greetings, I have discussed on DNA of Human Capital a couple of times (OK…maybe more) about importance of leadership development and various studies that detailed importance and effectiveness considerations for leadership development. The most recent study was the 2010 IBM Global Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) studies. The CEOs communicated… Read more »

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Greetings, Fortune magazine just released its 2011 “100 Best Companies to Work For in America” list. You will see the list of companies with great perks, great work atmospheres and job satisfaction, yet we still strive to understand the “So What? Factor.” What does it mean to be on the list? Outside of more resumes… Read more »

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Greetings, I follow Scott Anthony, a Managing Director at Innosight Ventures, a venture capital and equity firm. Scott is a consistent contributor to the Harvard Business Review blogs focused on innovation and recently discussed his engagement with a company. The gist of the blog post “The Power of the Right Question” was just that reframing… Read more »

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Whether you are human capital development resource heavy or light…knowing where to apply resources to have the biggest impact on organizational performance is a critical business skill for Human Capital Management (HCM) leaders. One approach to take is the defining of Core, Common, and Critical skills… Whether your HCM governance structure for your organization is… Read more »