Wondering where you might catch up with the team this week? We’re pleased to have Phil Stockbridge back from his trip to India, and you’ll find him in the UK this week, along with Kevan Hall and Rod Farnan. Tony Poots and John Bland will both be in Zurich. At home in the USA, you’ll […]
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Continuing our Matrix Monday series summarising some of the limited literature available on the matrix, today we look at Leadership and trust facilitating cross-functional team success: by Sheila Simsarian Webber (The Journal of Management Development, 2002) This is paper examines the challenges faced by cross-functional teams (CFTs) which normally come together for a limited period of time, […]
In this entry to the Global Working video competition, Debbie Davies takes a look at how folk in the UK see folk in USA – cultural difference through the eyes of Ken (to great comic effect). We’re wondering how Debbie persuaded people to take part! It’s a great little video, very funny and beautifully […]
Hot on the heels of our mini-mechanic entry, in this video for the Global Working video competition, the youngsters set the pace again, offering their view on Globalization and global working. Credits go to: Josh-Filming, Script & Stitching the Video Ben-Filming & Script Annie-Filming & Script Josh, Ben and Annie need your votes on their competition […]
The latest entry to the Global Working video competition, ‘Finding Your Path In The Digital Age’, suggests a sustainable economy relies on the sharing and development of sustainable methods to solve the challenges our world faces in the 21st century. To vote for this entry, go to the competition entry page, Finding your path […]
Alicia Glenn has used the Global Working video competition to discuss ways students can harness opportunities offered by global working to earn money. And she’s spotted a way to turn that into a business. You can vote for Alicia here: Globalization and College Students.
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 […]
Our latest entry to the Global Working video competition is from Rasma Kass, based in Brussels, Belgium, who shares some of her top tips for managing high performing remote and global teams by interviewing, and being interviewed by, others. The video is well worth a watch, but to ensure a place on the judges […]
The latest entry in our Global Working video competition focusses on globalization. Young Canadians, Josh and Lewis, discuss how three elements of globalization – technology, production and economy – have improved the areas of trade and transaction, knowledge and immigration. They need your vote on their entry page (earned by sharing the page) […]
Paul Stamper created a visually beautiful video on global warming as his entry to our global working video competition, with just one simple message: “I believe we need to know this; and we can work together to live more efficient lives.” To vote for Paul’s entry, you’ll need to vote on his entry […]
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