Blogs and Papers

Dealing with Change in the Ever-Changing IT World

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Organisations constantly undergo technological change, however not all organisations manage this change well.
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Are You An Introvert or Extrovert? And Does It Really Matter?

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So are you an introvert or extrovert? And what difference does it make to how you work within your team?
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Tips for When Peers Become Managers

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Employees work at all levels of an organisation and inevitably, some will rise in ranks while others will not. Moving up in an organisation has its challenges and the chances that you will also be managing your former peers are very high. There could be frustration, jealousy or even hostility from some former colleagues...
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International Women’s Day: Overcoming Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

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Unconscious bias plays out in all aspects of society, but particularly within the workplace and the job market.
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The Key to Lowering Accident Rates in the Workplace

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We are human, and humans make mistakes. Unfortunately, when these mistakes are made in high-risk and high-pressure environments – such as the workplace - the results can be catastrophic for all those involved...
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Heuristics, Cognitive Biases & Decision Making – Be Careful of Yourself

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The brain uses heuristics to draw conclusions about the world with minimal effort. While heuristics are indeed useful, they can at times lead to the wrong conclusions being drawn...
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Organisations as Sustainable Systems

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One of our most utilised models when working with organisations, leaders, and teams is Margaret Wheatley’s Organisations as Sustainable Systems model. This blog explores the importance of this model in creating effective organisations.
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Mindfulness: A Reflection

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I consider myself a complete mindfulness convert, spruiking its benefits to anyone who will listen. Although ‘mindfulness’ is a bit of a buzzword at the moment, it is popular for good reason.
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