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Dr Marc Levy and Giselle Diego – June 2014
We regularly find ourselves in candid conversation with leaders about what’s on their minds. A common theme that emerges is: how do leaders maintain their passion to lead? We resolved to find some answers. As long-term leaders, how can we ‘reflect, refresh and reset’?
Brad McSwain – June 2014
The first quarter of the new financial year can be a slow start as we all take a collective breath and reflect on the past year’s performance. Right Lane shares six ideas that can help your organisation get off to a fast start in the new financial year.
Giselle Diego and Stephanie Exton – June 2014
Collective impact is a framework used by philanthropic foundations to address social problems. Right Lane worked with George Hicks Foundation to develop their new strategy to enable them to have the kind of impact it always set out to have.
Organisational agility – how to knock down structures that are limiting your organisation’s effectiveness.
Matt Hardy and Dr Marc Levy – 2014
Agile organisations dramatically outperform inflexible ones. This Right Lane white paper explains how your organisation can increase its strategic freedom, capacity and focus, and provides 10 practical tips that can help improve your organisational agility.
Julia Bentley – December 2013
Case study: A focused and disciplined approach to business planning, undertaken in an intensive week of activity, allowed the MD to initiate necessary organisational changes quickly and to build momentum for performance improvement.
Stuart Wilkinson – December 2013
The best, and most sustainable, strategies are widely supported, which means appropriately involving not only the executive and staff in developing strategy, but also the board. In this article Right Lane identifies three basic foundations for getting started with strategy.