Ideas Lab

  • Re-invent

    Reinventing your fucntion within the organization  

  • Viral (social) Change in action: The Chicago CeaseFire model

    The Chicago Cease Fire model to prevent violence and its Viral Change (TM) foundations  

  • Culture 2.0: viral, beta, collective sense making, long tail. PART 1

    Culture 2.0: viral, beta, collective sense making, long tail.Collaboration between employees as an organizational goal is hardly a new topic. So why is that today, when ’social observers’ say that ’collaboration is the real hot topic’ they do so without the expected red face of ’d←j¢ vu’. I’d like to examine what I believe are

  • The creation of social tipping points

    Extract from Viral Change second edition, 2008

  • Waiting for the Barbarians

    poem from P. Cavafy (1904  

  • Viral Change revisited…

    Dr Leandro Herrero has revised his book ’Viral Change’ to reflect further experience in the field of viral change management, which he pioneered. In this prologue, you can learn about what has been adapted in the second revised edition of his book.  

  • Redesigning Pharmaceutical Sales Forces

    A new white paper by Leandro Herrero outlines that when confronted with the need to rationalise resources, ’back-of-envelope’ restructuring should be avoided.

  • Legacy Traps

    In this series of articles, Leandro Herrero explores the 3 dimensions of leadership architecture: time & space, homes and legacy  

  • Creating Associability

    In this series of articles, Leandro Herrero explores the 3 dimensions of leadership architecture: time & space, homes and legacy

  • Leading the organisation you cannot see

    In this series of articles, Leandro Herrero explores the 3 dimensions of leadership architecture: time & space, homes and legacy

  • Leadership & Social Capital

    In this series of articles, Leandro Herrero explores the 3 dimensions of leadership architecture: time & space, homes and legacy.  

  • The Investors Metaphor

    In this series of articles, Leandro Herrero explores the 3 dimensions of leadership architecture: time & space, homes and legacy.