Paul J. H. Schoemaker 12 October 2016

Nelson Mandela as A Strategic Leader

Nelson Mandela's life story is one that transcends borders, race, language, and culture. In this article, Paul J. H. Schoemaker argues that Mandela's remarkable story holds valuable lessons for business leaders involved in managing profound change, and considers how the core of Mandela's strategy was to encourage racial harmony, forgiveness without forgetting, power sharing, and a strong focus on the future, not the past.

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12 October 2016

Taboo Scenarios: How to Think About the Unthinkable

Taboos are a universal feature of social systems. Even the most avowedly open-minded organizations place tacit constraints on what can be said and even thought. Business leaders ignore these constraints at their peril. This article by Paul Schoemaker and Phil Tetlock examines the role of the sacred, profane, and taboo in society, and links these phenomena to the psychology of moral outrage.

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  • Organisation Development & Change
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
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14 October 2016

Virtual & Augmented Reality

In his final presentation at CRF's 8th International Conference, Carsten took us through an exciting new world of virtual and augmented reality and how these new technologies will shape our future.

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  • Risk & Governance
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
  • Organisation Development & Change
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