It’s here at last!
After weeks of planning, developing, sharing, we’re here and the Global Integration video competition is launched. And very fine it is too!
We’re always sharing our ideas on global working, whether it’s about matrix organizations, cross cultural issues, management issues, self-management issues – all of those things that make modern day working in complex organizations a mix of pleasure and pain.
But our consultancy and training is around challenging old management ideas, about thinking openly and helping our customers to tap into their own thoughts and ideas to become more efficient.
So it made sense to offer up a prize to stimulate thoughts and conversations to anyone who has something to say, be they students just starting out on their working lives, or CEOs at the top of their game.
For us, this a brave experiment: most video competitions often result in very few entries, but we hope we’ve kept it simple enough for everyone to enjoy – whether it’s creating videos, viewing videos, voting for the ones you like. And we’re open to entries from anywhere in the world, groups or individuals.
CEO Kevan Hall has put up a cash prize of $15,000 (£10,000 or 12,000 Euros) which is study fees, a luxury holiday or start up cash, depending on which way you look at it. It really is about the thought, not the production values, and is open to anyone (or groups), anywhere. So do share the details – there are even posters on the competition web pages for downloading and sharing with your favourite club, society or educational establishment.
You can take a peek, here: http://www.global-integration.com/video-competition/. Or follow it on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/videocompetition.
And if you’re entering a video, good luck!