Management Filter Filter by All Automation Blog Creativity Data E-Commerce Future Innovation Leadership Management Media Metaverse Purpose Sustainability Trends Videos close Defensive design is the future of digital services By Adam Tinworth The digital industry needs to stop believing its own hype. It's no longer an industry of scrappy start-ups; it's the underpinning of our economy, and it's under attack. Winning the new war for talent By Adam Tinworth Finding and keeping the right talent is getting exponentially harder. Winning that war will involve rethinking the relationship between people and work. Why our crises are interconnected By Martin Recke We've connected everything together, only to be surprised that our crises are now also interconnected. We cannot treat them as single, separate issues. Eliza Filby: building a hybrid workplace for all generations By Adam Tinworth The pandemic has changed how we work and live. And it's accelerated generational changes in progress. Here's how to adapt your company to this. Why every company needs a trickster By Adam Tinworth A singular corporate vision is good. Group-think is bad. Businesses need to embrace the tricksters within to help challenge and refine what they offer. Remote working is here to stay. Here’s the consequences. By Adam Tinworth You can't hold back remote working, any more than King Canute could hold back the sea. If you can't beat 'em — join 'em. And make your business better as you do so. Putting the human back in the corporate By Adam Tinworth The pandemic forced home and work together, for the first time in two centuries. Now we've developed a taste for a more human working life. And that changes everything about business. Supply chain scarcity: a new reality for every business By Adam Tinworth The pandemic and events from the Ever Given to freak weather have exposed weakness in the global supply chain. How should we respond? Backlash to the office By Martin Recke Returning to the office is quickly turning into a backlash and a great culture war, as the office is now an option rather than an obligation. Hybrid work models are an intermediary step By Martin Recke Work, companies, and offices won't go away anytime soon, but all three will change profoundly. Hybrid work is the next step. The rise of leadership and the demise of management By Martin Recke The digital revolution sparks change, demands more leadership and less management, and enables a shift to focus on the human being. The future of work has just arrived By Martin Recke Almost every aspect of our work lives is changing fast. The future of work is now. Let's not get stuck in the Industrial Age. How distance changes management By Martin Recke Remote work and the resulting distance requires management to change. Organisations are forced to quick evolutionary leaps. A question of organisation By Martin Recke New organisational models are constantly emerging. This year has given a boost to the hybrid virtual/local organisation. Think global, act local. How work from home is changing everything By Martin Recke With the office no longer the default place of work, everything changes. The effects of work from home on commuting, living, real estate, work itself and the office can be tremendous. A global experiment of behaviour change By Martin Recke Given the right impetus, behaviour change can be fast. With the coronavirus crisis, we are witnessing a massive reshuffle of behaviour. Globalisation and the coronavirus crisis By Martin Recke How a virus might change globalisation profoundly. Remote work will get a huge boost from the current crisis. Why ambiguity is constantly high By Martin Recke Digital technology – which has no inherent ambiguity – has driven overall ambiguity levels to new heights. How could that happen? Uncertainty and the end of business as usual By Martin Recke Uncertainty has become the norm. That's the end of business as usual.