We know that the complexity and uncertainty of the world of work is impacting on leadership. How should leadership developers respond? We carried out a research project where we spoke with leaders across private and public sectors: we wanted to know if there were patterns across the experience of leaders today that could inform a shift in approach to leadership development.
Please click here to view our report, ‘The Art of Not Knowing: Leading in an Age of Uncertainty’, which captures our findings. We’d like to open up the conversation with other leaders and leadership development specialists and would love to hear your thoughts.
With consumer expectations across multichannel never higher, retailers are increasingly innovating with the role of the store to keep it relevant for changing customer behaviour. This article takes a look at some examples.
The grocery market's M&A and partnership activity of the last 18 months has been justified by several purported reasons and benefits. We set out to identify whether the partnership announcements were driven by desperation or opportunity.
An increasing number of big-box retailers are exploring smaller, high street formats. We look at some of those who have been successfully testing this format, why they are doing it and what this means for the future of bricks-and-mortar.