What is the “Magical Mystery Tour,” and how does simple conversation between companies help customers? What trends are emerging already? Is barbecue a noun or a verb? Let’s find out!
Special Guest David Powell from TekLinks joins the Manhattans Project to chat.
We keep hearing that technology is changing the world. This is true. Everything changes, and to survive continual change is a fundamental requirement of all businesses. Consequently, describing how changes in technology can make the difference to a business is a fundamental requirements for CIOs, but they must explain it in business language. This means that CIOs need to understand their company’s business culture and environment before determining the best approach to solving organisational issues.
In this episode of the Manhattans Project, Jacob Saunders, CTO at 10th Magnitude, joins me to talk about the ever nebulous concepts of “culture” and “collaboration” in companies. What does company culture mean to us? How do we drive collaboration and positive culture internally as well as externally with our clients? Let’s find out!
Can you be an effective leader without building a strong personal brand? A renewed focus on your personal brand might be just the thing to inspire you to greater heights in your leadership.
As technology and workplace continues to go mobile, modern life seems to be pushing us to compete more than ever, making it critical for us to differentiate ourselves, in order to reach our goals. And expectations are even greater for leaders to be out in front of all these market forces, to provide their vision and advice for others to move forward. So a strong personal brand seems to be a critical feature of leadership development. Leaders must develop their image consciously continue to invest in their brand and themselves, so that they can effectively serve the company and communities that they lead.