Leadership development in Scaleups

Startups and scaleups are very different organisations. Founder roles change. Individual contributors move into leadership roles for the first time. Hustle culture is replaced with more formalised systems and processes.

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Why flexforcing is the workforce of the future

The concept of flexforcing is nothing new, in many ways it’s just a new term for an old practice. You hire people to do specific tasks, not to fill vacancies, in the same way you might have hired contractors, consultants or even spot-purchased services from freelancers. What’s new is how it’s becoming a viable option for almost everyone.

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Scale shows fail. Make sure it doesn’t.

Growth is exciting, but it doesn’t happen on its own. The infrastructure of systems and processes you build is the foundation your growth needs to be sustainable. Without it, your scale-up is doomed for mistakes that will cost its future.

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Four ways to stop remote becoming a silo

Organisational silos occur when members from different teams withhold important information and processes from other team members and departments. Here are four effective ways to prevent silos from occurring

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Remote Working

Digital Transformation – The employee experience

Delivering Digital Transformation is one thing. Doing it when your entire organisation is remote is something completely different. Now, Employee Experience needs to be as much of the focus as Customer Experience. And, in fact, employee pain points can lead to valuable data insights into how you can improve your whole business.

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The Eisenhower Decision Matrix

Employer, Care-giver, brother, son. How are you balancing your time across these multiple roles? Are you getting to the important work every week? This decision model will help you better navigate your time.

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Five Why Analysis

The Five Whys: High performance analysis

Eric Reis says that behind every seemingly technical problem is actually a human problem waiting to be found. Here’s why high performing teams use the five whys analysis to solve their system and process challenges.

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KPIs and metrics. What’s the difference?

Many organisations have data that they are not utilising. As the saying goes, you get what you measure, and if you can instrument your business with appropriate KPIs and metrics, it will become easier to navigate.

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