To The Leader of the Future: Your New Reality Will Need A Change In Approach.

To The Leader of the Future: Your New Reality Will Need A Change In Approach.

With all of the talk of the future of work, the need to update our skills constantly, and the expected change in the responsibilities of our roles, what will the leaders of the future need to be able to keep up with this?

Andrew McPherson, Trevor Leybourne and James McCallum share their thoughts

Andrew McPherson, Trevor Leybourne and James McCallum share their thoughts

This month we have asked three key contributors in our industry to share their thoughts on the role of perseverance in innovation. Andrew McPherson, CEO Experieco, Trevor Leybourne, Product Development Manager MYOB and James McCallum Founder of iClue share their insights with us.

Product and Innovation Ownership - Matt Court interview

Product and Innovation Ownership - Matt Court interview

This month we caught up with Matt Court, Senior Manager at Paymark, delving into his thoughts around Product Management and innovation ownership. With extensive local and international experience in Product Management roles, Matt has worked for some truly innovative brands including Orion Health, GeoLife and Nokia as well as his current employer. He is a true advocate and asset to the industry, working beyond his professional remit to promote the advancing art and science of Product Management through his role as a meetup organiser. His perspective is refreshing and he shares some provoking insights below.

The elusive promotion and how to get there

The elusive promotion and how to get there

So you've been looking at the boss and thinking to yourself "I could do a better job" (sometimes you may even be thinking a chant leader from the Hitler youth would be an improvement...), and feel it's about time to take that step up? Read on my friend, hopefully this article will assist your quest.

The Selfie

The Selfie

We all know Generation X (my lot), Generation Y/Millennials/Echo Generation (1980-2000, those who, oddly enough are unable to make up their name or mind), but what is the next generation called? I've heard Generation Z, the Next Generation, the Net Generation, but none has captured it for me until very recently. I now know exactly what to call them.

Labouring under the illusion of knowledge

Labouring under the illusion of knowledge

We have just had our annual Potentia conference. Each year we step it up; looking forward ten years, I wonder how we'll manage to keep this up! This year we were lucky enough to have Corporate Anthropologist Michael Henderson who is an in demand keynote speaker and author of Mastering Company Culture. Over the past 30 years, he's worked with various organisations, businesses and sports teams to enable them to tap into the power of their culture. He knows his stuff…