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The Ties that Bind Us: External Social Capital and Innovation

The Ties that Bind Us: External Social Capital and Innovation

Few partnerships could be considered more profitable than that of “Wintel”. Microsoft and Intel dominated the PC-era and led the market in a range of metrics, managing to achieve a continuing level of innovation which delivered better PC performance for greater value....

What is Attunement?

What is Attunement?

Curiosity and empathy are familiar terms in personal and leadership development. It could be argued that, to a degree, curiosity facilitates the practice of empathy. By asking open and compassionate questions, we are also opening our minds and hearts to the validity...

Cultures of Recognition

Cultures of Recognition

"Social capital is fundamentally about how people interact with each other." Dekker and Uslaner The Coronavirus pandemic has tested and stretched us; it’s also been the catalyst for many transformations in the work environment. Patterns and processes that we thought...

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