Tag Archives: development
Management Courses that Change Behaviour – Yeah right!
Keith McGregor from Personnel Psychology NZ calls out some of the myths and mysteries around training and development and the prospect of realising change, or not… Over the years we have run many management training courses and get wonderful feedback … Continue reading
Posted in Intangibles, Leadership, Psychology, Teams Tagged development, change, coaching, psychology, training, IONET Google Group, head, Keith McGregor, manager Leave a comment
Can you predict and optimise key components of collaboration?
Justin Kirby was very kind to do a writeup of our contribution to a NESTA funded research project he was involved in. These ideas aren’t dissimilar to what I wrote about re: Jackie Orme and I’ve added a short extract … Continue reading
Posted in Psychology, Teams, Technology, 4G, Intangibles Tagged development, Bruce Lewin, Justin Kirby, jackie orme, video conferencing, collaboration, 4G technology helps, 4G, research, nesta, processes, prediction, technology Leave a comment