Organisations were designed for steady environments and excel when situations are steady and predictable. Our business environment, our world today, is anything but steady and predictable. Established organisations excel at processes and procedures. They are organised for pristine exploitation (execution), not exploratory search.
Posted 9 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Corporate Culture Disruption Iain Mcgilchrist Innovation Leadership The Master and his Emissary The Matter With Things Transformation
Our guest suggests that in order to understand ourselves and the world we need science and intuition, reason and imagination, not just one or two; that they are in any case far from being in conflict; and that the brain’s right hemisphere plays the most important part in each. And he shows us how to recognise the ‘signature’ of the left hemisphere in our thinking, so as to avoid making decisions that bring disaster in their wake. Following the paths of cutting-edge neurology, philosophy and physics, he reveals how each leads us to a similar vision of the world, one that is both profound and beautiful – and happens to be in line with the deepest traditions of human wisdom. It is a vision that returns the world to life, and us to a better way of living in it: one we must embrace if we are to survive. It is a pleasure to welcome the author of “The Matter With Things: Our Brains, Our Delusions, and the Unmaking of the World” Iain McGilchrist
Posted 9 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Brett Kimg Brett King Business Corporate Cognitive Dissonance or Organisational Anosognosia? Corporate Culture Disruption Elliot Aronson Iain Mcgilchrist Innovation Transformation
Corporate Cognitive Dissonance or Organisational Anosognosia?
Posted 3 years ago Tagged Brain Creativity Iain Mcgilchrist Innovation Leadership
A group of blind men heard that a strange animal, called an elephant, had been […]