Lent, celebrated by the Christian Church, is almost over, and Easter is almost upon us. Christians, and countries with a Christian tradition/history, mark the resurrection of Jesus, following his crucifixion (hanging on the cross) which is remembered on the Friday before – Good Friday. The timing is set by moon cycles, so the dates vary, […]
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If you want to catch up with one of Global Integration’s senior consultants this week, perhaps whilst they’re in your vicinity, here’s where they’ll be this week: In Europe: CEO Kevan Hall will be in Madrid on Monday, and in Edinburgh Wednesday to Thursday. Phil Stockbridge will be in London, as will Rod Farnan (in […]
It’s an interesting and unusual week for Global integration’s senior consultants this week, who are out and about, as usual, delivering training and consultancy in matrix management, virtual teams and global working. Phil Stockbridge will be in both Vienna, Austria, and Zurich, Switzerland but the rest of the team in either the UK or USA, […]
Continuing with our Matrix Monday series reviewing matrix related literature, today we summarise Managing Multiple Bosses, by Amy Gallo (Harvard Business Review, August 18, 2011). Calling on the work of Robert Sutton, a professor of management science and engineering at Stanford University and the author of Good Boss, Bad Boss, and Adam Grant, an associate professor at […]
Big congratulations go today to Global Integration’s consultant Robyn Green on becoming a Certified Leadership and Talent Management Coach (CLTMC). The program Robyn undertook has developed and refined her existing experience in empowering individuals to expand their abilities as global leaders with all that entails. Importantly it has allowed her to share experiences and […]
Continuing our Matrix Monday summaries of the limited literature available focussing on matrix organizations, today we look at a very recent paper, Seizing Opportunities, Overcoming Productivity Challenges in the Virtually Collaborative Workplace, by Alain Pirard, a Manager within Cognizant Business Consulting’s Strategic Services Practice in Amsterdam, and Rob Konterman, a Consultant within Cognizant Business Consulting’s Strategic Services Practice […]
If you’re wondering which of our senior team of training consultants might be in your vicinity, here’s where you can catch them this week. Both Tony Poots and Tim Mitchell are in Delhi in India. Phil Stockbridge is in St Petersburg, Russia. (Also in Eastern Europe, Kevan Hall will be in Prague, Czech Republic, in […]
With the London Summer Olympics just a few short months away, we asked John Bland, one of our senior consultants, about his experiences: John was a rower for Britain in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. He was also part of the Oxford University rowing team that won the boat race for three consecutive years, as […]
This week in our Matrix Monday series, rather than refer to a specific article on matrix management, we are taking a look at a useful resource, Harvard Business Publishing has a bank of case studies on matrix organization. Much of our own work with clients is confidential and covered by non-disclosure agreements so we can’t offer them […]
If you want to catch up with any our senior team of trainers over the coming week, here’s who may be in your vicinity: In Asia this week Tony Poots will be in Shanghai, People’s Republic of China (PRC) in the early part of the week. He’ll be in New Delhi, India in the latter part of […]
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