British development charity NESTA blogged yesterday about its coffee trials in an article called Institutionalising Serendipity via Productive Coffee Breaks. This kind of serendipity is something we (Global Integration) monitor, study and train people to manage, because you lose this in a virtual team environment – or anywhere where you’re not sat close to the […]
About Rod Farnan
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Rod Farnan contributed a whooping 6 entries.
Entries by Rod Farnan
Continuing our series of ‘Matrix Monday’ reviews of papers and literature, Global Integration consultant Rod Farnan takes a closer look at Leadership Challenges in Global Virtual Teams: Lessons from the Field, a paper by Kenneth W.Kerber & Anthony F.Buono. This article is a review of global virtual working using a real case study of the […]
At the end of 2011, we asked the team what they thought 2012 would bring. This was the response from training consultant Rod Farnan. In 2011, every market segment was adjusting to the new economic situation. Almost every segment I am working in is now moving to a virtual matrix organization model. There is a […]
Video, Rod Farnan, Global Integration
We live in an age where we need to equip people for tomorrow’s corporate life, not just to do the tasks they were brought in to complete.Global Integration argues that the duty of companies is to equip people to deal with this new state of affairs and to face up to the challenges.
On the importance of trust in training, by Rod Farnan, Global Integration
Ideas, training & consulting for people who lead, manage or work in matrix, cross functional or networked organization structures.
Ideas, training & consulting for leaders, teams and individuals in virtual, remote and extended teams.
Ideas, training & consulting for people working in global or international organizations or partnerships, and across cultures or time zones.