In her new book, ‘The Psychology of Fear in Organizations’, author Sheila Keegan explores how to create working environments that are free from harmful dysfunctions caused by fear.
“How did the most imaginative innovators of our time turn disruptive ideas into realities?” This is what Walter Isaacson sets out to answer in ‘The Innovators’. Gloria Lombardi reviews.
‘Compendium for the Civic Economy’ is a fascinating collection of case studies on how physical space and networks both human and virtual are coming together.
In his new book, ‘Strategic Internal Communication’, author David Cowan captures why creating dialogue pays dividends in the networked era. Gloria Lombardi reviews.
The digital workplace is transformational. Gloria Lombardi caught up with authors Paul Miller and Elizabeth Marsh to discuss what to expect from their latest book.
Robin Ryde and Lisa Sofianos’s new book, Creating Authentic Organizations, describes why being authentic at work is now imperative.
Katie Macaulay’s new book, From Cascade to Conversation, describes why conversing at work is now imperative. Gloria Lombardi’s review.
Internal comms is not rocket science and authors Liam FitzPatrick and Klavs Valskov believe that all you need to do is to follow a few sensible principles. Gloria Lombardi finds out more.
OK – there are 15 not 50 of them but from Seth Godin to Adam Grant, Brian Solis, Patrick Lencioni, Robert Scoble and Shel Israel, Gloria Lombardi picks and reviews some of the best summer reads out there.
Much has been written about great leaders, but Higson and Sturgess want you to build competitive advantage by thinking differently.
Welcome to the adventure of ‘Riding the Creative Rollercoaster’. In his new book, Dr Nick Udall describes how to bring creativity and collective intelligence together.
Changing the World of Work. One Human at a Time is the first e-book by Change Agents Worldwide (CAWW), a network of progressive and passionate professionals who specialise in the future of work.
If you were looking for an essential guide on social business, The Social Business Cookbook by Peter Furtado and Lawrence Clarke may be the tasty answer.
Communicating Projects explores the key stages of an effective project communication strategy. Plus, Ann Pilkington’s practical manual describes how to ensure stakeholder engagement along the journey.
If you were looking for ‘the’ book to show you where the future of communication sits, then you must read ‘Age of Context’ by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel.
How should companies react to digital transformation? According to author Lisa Arthur, they must respond by using, leveraging and applying data all across the organisation.
#BrandVandals by Steve Earl and Stephen Waddington describes the impact that social media-empowered individuals can have on organisations.
In What’s the Future of Business? Solis describes how social and mobile technologies have been impacting on new ways of doing business.
‘Brand Champions’ shows the link between employee and brand engagement, making a compelling case for branding as something that belongs to each employee of the organisation.
In his new book ‘Social Physics’, Sandy Pentland describes why and how people who are engaged with social networks can make better decisions.