Disruption on a memorable Friday… leaders who can embrace change and the opportunity

June 24, 2016 by Six Degree People leave a comment + 7873 comments

In the UK we’ve just voted for the biggest uncertainty in a generation. It’s linked to citizen’s disconnection with the norm, the establishment – something we’re helping our clients figure out. For instance, what’s the growth model for big food, if sugar is becoming the new tobacco? Should you look to establish a link between the CEO’s pay and the employee? Just what is the fair tax bill for a multinational when the legal and societal tax bill are so far apart?

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A one dimensional approach to finding your purpose is a dangerous high risk strategy. Ask Antony Jenkins or even Brendan Rodgers.

December 9, 2015 by Six Degree People leave a comment + 7891 comments

Over the last 3 – 4 years the plethora of consulting firms popping up helping an organisation to find their purpose is startling. Often their clients are organisations that have experienced poor growth, vis a vis their competition most have products services and business models which haven’t kept up with our rapidly changing world. At the heart of these organisations’ is a DNA which lacks agility and resilience. The more an organsiation talks about innovation, purpose and change the less likely they are to really understand what that means in our experience.

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