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Brightline™ is a Project Management Institute (PMI) initiative with leading organizations helping executives bridge the gap between strategy design & delivery
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Brightline Initiative 6h
A sustainable leader making global changes Former chief executive officer (CEO) of Unilever, Paul Polman, shows us how global change must originate from leaders of large organizations.
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Brightline Initiative 13h
Avoiding strategic surprises: beware of the lurkers! The most challenging surprises in strategic projects are those that have been hiding in plain sight from the beginning.
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Global Drucker Forum Jan 26
Fond memories of , one of the greatest management thinkers, wonderful friend & mentor. Love this talk with personal recognition & encouragement for & its mission, followed by an on-stage interview by ▶️
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Harvard Business Review Jan 25
Clayton Christensen (1952-2020) leaves behind a treasure trove of writings, recordings, and influential relationships that will inspire innovators and thinkers in all fields for generations to come.
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Brightline Initiative Jan 25
A wonderful tribute to Clay Christensen. The world lost a humble human, a true thought leader and an exceptional innovation expert. RIP.
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Brightline Initiative Jan 24
In a global survey of executives, only 1 out of 10 executives said their organizations successfully delivered strategic initiatives. Are you one of them? Learn more on how you can bridge the gap between strategy delivery and design
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MIT Sloan Management Review Jan 23
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Brightline Initiative Jan 23
How can leaders be effective change agents? shows us how global change must originate from leaders of large organizations.
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Boston Consulting Group Jan 21
As the 2020s begin, CEOs expect more volatility and further slowdown in growth. Regardless of their success today, leaders who want to be ready to take on the next decade will put a turnaround mindset and approach into effect.
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Quartz Jan 22
Did you know 70% of org transformations fail? See how these three leaders did it successfully. ( x x )
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Bristol-Myers Squibb Jan 22
We’re proud to have earned 100% on the Corporate Equality Index for the 14th consecutive year. We strive to create a diverse workplace where colleagues bring their authentic selves to work each day.
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Brightline Initiative Jan 22
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Thank you for sharing. Glad you were inspired by the conversation.
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Brightline Initiative Jan 22
"To be built to last, you must be built to change." Authors, Jim Collins and Jerry Porras
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LSE Business Review Jan 21
Avoiding strategic surprises: beware of the lurkers!
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Boston Consulting Group Jan 22
"Find your voice, make sure the point counts. It’s about quality not quantity." BCG's speaks at FQ's with , CEO of and , Founder and CEO . |
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Brightline Initiative Jan 21
[Latest Resource] Transforming your organization? Discover how 3 leaders navigated success.
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Ricardo Vargas Jan 21
Complete full house today in Davos for the panel Transformation Imperative. The panel is a partnership between @pmi_org
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sunil prashara Jan 21
Today’s discussion highlighted that the human element is imperative to . Without employee buy-in, transformations will be unsuccessful. I’ll add that orgs need a meaningful purpose – transformation to support a purpose is more likely to be adopted
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Brightline Initiative Jan 20
You need passionate technologists, but also responsible technologists. —Sylvain Duranton, Global Leader at BCG Gamma
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PMI Jan 21
is an important part of the imperative. “The way we are going to succeed is through experimentation. There may have been early attempts that failed, but that is absolutely the wrong time to stop.” ’s
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