Ideas Lab

  • Disruptive Ideas

    Disruptive [management] ideas – according to Leandro Herrero’s new book of the same title – are those that have the capacity to create significant impact on the organization by challenging standard management practices.

  • Numbers to Remember

    In the vast supermarket of surveys on management and organizations, two recent ones stand out. The IBM’s Global Human Capital Study and the research by The Roffey Park Institute give interesting insights. Change is at the top of the agendas. Surprised?  

  • Viral Change: Different change management

    Leandro Herrero describes the differences between Viral Change and the traditional change management  

  • Viral Change: Different Change Conduit

    Leandro Herrero describes the differences between Viral Change and the traditional change management  

  • Viral Change: Different Programme

    Leandro Herrero describes the differences between ViralChange and the traditional change management  

  • Viral Change: Different cause-effect

    Leandro Herrero describes the differences between Viral Change and the traditional management of change

  • Viral Change: Different Processes

    Leandro Herrero describes the differences between Viral Change and the traditional change management

  • Viral Change: Different People Distribution

    Leandro Herrero describes the differences between Viral Change and the traditional management of change

  • Viral Change: Different Structure

    Leandro Herrero describes the differences between Viral Change and the traditional management of change

  • Viral Change: Different Model

    Leandro Herrero describes the differences between Viral Change and traditional change management

  • How to change a country

    In this article, Leandro Herrero looks at the lessons we can learn from President Sarkozy’s approach to initiating change in France.

  • Time for Collaboration

    These days, collaboration is high on the organizational agenda, pushed to these new heights by enabling technologies (Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0) that emphasise the ease of communication between people through new tools such as blogs. The average business organization is still slow in catching up with the idea of a truly collaborative enterprise. Some are