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Time to rethink traditional learning and development

Reading Time: 6 minutes for introduction article; 15 minutes for Whitepaper (linked)

In spite of that eye-watering expenditure, corporate learning — and leadership development in particular — is simply not well understood, particularly when you ask about fundamental outcomes: impact and return of investment. It’s obvious many are not getting the development they require to thrive as individuals, let alone successfully lead their organisations into the future.

Australia needs future-focused boards over short-termism

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The business world is more competitive and the rate of change accelerating faster than at any time in history. Perhaps counter-intuitively, that means that it is crucial to deliberately build and execute business strategies with a future-focused vision.

Trailblazing organisations and their methods of self-disruption

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Australian oligopolies are falling under the onslaught of offshore alternatives, digital offerings, and more nimble competitors. Learn from organisations that are successfully disrupting themselves, even while they are still at the height of success.

Interview with Chip Heath

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Maximus has been collaborating with Chip Heath for some years. Recently, we took the opportunity to discuss how his latest organisational psychology principles are turning customer-satisfaction ratings from “average” to “advocate”.

Time to rethink traditional learning and development

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As anyone who signs off on corporate learning and development budgets knows, it’s a considerable investment — and big business. Future-focused organisations know it’s time to rethink traditional learning and development — but how?

How moments that matter connect with customers

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The importance of special moments in our lives is the clue: memorable moments connect with customers. It looks simple, but it requires genuine heart.

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