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By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW Here at LIW, we are going through a transformation, shifting to a new business model and accelerating onto the next curve. We work with clients going through similar transitions and we see that while these are exciting times, they hold...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW We work hard to make it better for the next generation, right? Actually, wrong, according to the Deloitte Global Millennial Survey. Our youngest employees are feeling a heavy cost of societal discord, technological transformation and economic insecurity. In fact, 49% of...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW Greetings from England where even non cricket fans have been unable to avoid the news that Australia retained the Ashes. So imagine our delight on seeing this article about an Aussie defeat – this time in management ability. Ouch. New...

By Juliet Hammond, LIW Business Impact Consultant Top CEOs announce a shift in focus from shareholders to a broader set of stakeholders which could drive real change. McKinsey urges us to ensure we think about individual mindsets when leading an organisational transformation, and research shows learning...

By Dan Hammond, Chief Disruption Officer, LIW An article in this week’s New Scientist about artificial intelligence (AI) used a surprising word to describe the relationship between humans and machines: teamwork. The article tells us how AIs designed to play chess and Go have beaten humans for...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW A recent trans-Pacific flight whizzed by with the compelling accompaniment of John Carreyrou’s ‘Bad Blood.’ It chronicles the rise and fall of Theranos, a medical technology company which falsely claimed to have devised blood tests from finger pricks.  The young CEO,...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW When tragic events strike at humanity, the ensuing post-mortems often induce high levels of anxiety. Professor John A Powell likens the social experience of that anxiety to a process called ‘othering’. Based on the conscious or unconscious assumption that a certain...

By Pia Lee, CEO, LIW Sometimes you simply have to put your head down and push hard up hill to get things done. Helen Bridgman is doing just that by cycling the route of the Tour de France – 3,360 kilometres – as part of the 10...