Balancing the Art of Lean

How do you incorporate Lean into your strategic thinking?  In Sales and Marketing, I use a process very similar to The Balanced Scorecard for a visual indicator to make sure that I am doing a little “Lean” in each category.  The percentage of each depends on the individual company.  Join the conversation on LinkedIn  What questions Read More …

The Ambiguity Advantage – What Great Leaders Are Great At

Author David Wilkinson, drawing upon his own research and including compelling international cases, reveals how to lead others through times of uncertainty so as to create opportunity, innovation, and competitive advantage. The book, The Ambiguity Advantage: What Great Leaders are Great At published by Palgrave Macmillan, shows that a key factor for great leadership is Read More …

Tap Into Their Illusive Want – Brave Leadership

While we may think that we need to follow some kind of prescription to get results, the most amazing leaders are those who dare to be their true selves, powerfully. People want to give them their best. But in a business world that’s so competitive and uncertain, how do you connect with others more authentically to tap Read More …

Is There a Framework for Creating Greater Autonomy?

How do people advance through the changing structure of a Lean or Agile Organization? Is There a Framework for Creating Greater Autonomy in the Workplace? In the Lean world, we use the processes of Training within Industry and the Toyota Kata to move from a strict hierarchal structure to more distributed culture. It reminds me Read More …

What is the Oxford Review?

The Oxford Review aim is to get the very latest, just published, peer-reviewed research to you in brief, understandable, practical, and useful way to digest briefings; no jargon, no overload. And make you the most impressively up-to-date person in the room. Find out more at https://www.oxford-review.com/ David Wilkinson is the Editor-in-Chief of the Oxford Review. Read More …