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Member of the Month

Started by Annabelle Lambert in Membership. Last reply by Robert Pye Sep 9. 82 Replies

MEMBER OF THE MONTH - August 2014Hugh GlaserHow did you…Continue

Anyone know a Wordpress expert?

Started by Fran Mullins in Hub: London Sep 9. 0 Replies

Attached is a job description (although that doesn't really exist at Ethos) for a Senior web developer to work on the development of the Ethos websites.Ideally it would be someone who would be…Continue

Collaborative Commons

Started by Robert Pye in Briefings. Last reply by Annabelle Lambert Aug 27. 1 Reply

After reading Jeremy Rifkins book…Continue

Ethos Matcher

Started by Peter Feltham in Hub: Cities Jul 28. 0 Replies

Adrian Ulisse, MD of Ethos Smart, has asked me to pass on a request to any member that would like to help us with thoughts about our "Re-Imagining the High Street" project that is currently underway.…Continue

Tags: Cities, Matcher, Ethos


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Some good things from the HayGroup about future leadership and organisation. The Hay Group on Future Leadership. "Leaders of the future will need to be adept conceptual and strategic thinkers, have…

Posted by Robert Pye on September 29, 2014 at 21:33 0 Comments

Some good things from the HayGroup about future leadership and organisation.

The Hay Group on Future Leadership.

"Leaders of the future will need to be adept conceptual and strategic thinkers, have deep integrity and intellectual openness, find new ways to create loyalty, lead increasingly diverse and independent teams over which they may not always have direct authority, and relinquish their own power in favor of
collaborative approaches inside and outside the organization."

"Organizations will have to radically adapt their cultures, structures, systems and processes in order to survive the new world order – and managing in matrix structures, where information flows around the organization and around the globe in a way that renders traditional hierarchies and reporting lines redundant, is one of the biggest challenges. Leaders will have to manage through influence rather than authority, which may not come easily to many. Indeed, the demands the dramatically changing business climate will have on leaders at a cognitive, emotional and behavioral level will be unprecedented. "



To Grow Without Bureaucracy

Posted by Robert Pye on September 25, 2014 at 21:00 3 Comments

Phil, Annabelle and I had a great Skype this afternoon with Jon Husband who is coming to Europe next month.  We had an interesting session about networked leadership and culture and the issues of scaling.  He pinged an article on how Netflix has managed to avoid the "command and control" type of management by letting employees make their own decisions.  I think its quite a good read.


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