Article by Kevan Hall, CEO, Global Integration. He leads his own cross cultural and remote organization and has clients and suppliers around the world, as well as offering consultancy and training to build the people capability to make complex organizations faster, less expensive to run and more satisfying to work in. I received an invitation today to […]
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Robyn, currently based on the East Coast in the US, joined Global Integration in early 2011. She holds an undergraduate degree in Financial Management and a graduate degree in Human Resource Education. Her business career has been primarily dominated by financial services giving her terrific insight in to working within complex, highly regulated, challenging and […]
As Rupert Murdoch’s News International Corporation draws attention from around the World, one of the overlooked elements of the unfolding story is the pressure that was on journalists at British publication News of the World. At Global Integration, we often look at targets and measurement in a more holistic context, but one of the lessons […]
This short slide show is from Global Integration trainer Rod Farnan’s trip last week to Switzerland to deliver training for an international pharmaceutical company. Rod Farnan is a Global Integration consultant and trainer based in the UK. These pictures are part of a set which he has allowed us to share. Join us on Facebook […]
Good news for anyone using the Global Integration time zone Meeting Planner app. Certain cities (around India I believe) were found to display the wrong times – New Delhi actually has half hour difference, rather than the usual on the hour change, as is usual for most places in the world, which apparently threw things […]
Post by John Bland, Director, Global Integration, who has thought long and hard about that balance between logic, randomness, and control. I read a really good book recently: The Drunkards Walk. How Randomness Rules our Lives by Leonard Mlodinow Apparently some of the research was undertaken in an old people’s home. Some people were given […]
Phil Stockbridge, Director, Global Integration, spots that one organization, the British Army, is bridging a ‘cultural gap’: In our culture workshops, we often use a tool for reconciling cultural differences which is very well received by our participants. Whilst we focus in our programmes on some of the drivers of cultural differences we find in […]
Blog post by Global Integration trainer and consultant, Vice President T.H.Ong, written 35,000 feet in the air while cruising at 800 mph from San Francisco towards Hong Kong. Call it a moment of inspiration or the result of oxygen deprivation due to recirculated cabin air! Of all places to look for professional inspiration, I would not […]
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