The changes brought about by the Internet over the last twenty years are nothing compared to what is coming over the next few years.
Agile organisations can't exist without Agile people.
“Business agility is a philosophy, not a fad,” confirms John Williams, the new CEO of the Agile Business Consortium.
There’s been a definite buzz this week. The two-day AgileBizConf18 event has taken place, but it doesn’t end there.
From Dr Sue Black's opening keynote to Professor Eddie Obeng's closing one, the energy was palpable and the insights intense.
A new report from Gallup makes it clear that Agile is now a critical mindset to cope with disruption – influencing business models and working life as a whole.
How much does the pace of change and disruption change the skills that organisations need from their employees?
Turns out that the GCSE qualification is 30 years old this year. This has raised the profile of an ongoing discussion around the fitness-for-purpose of the UK education system.
Educationalist and NLP practitioner Catherine Durin tells us about the role of emotion in communication.
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