Keynote highlights from OWP liVe 2020

In 2020, we welcomed four charismatic keynotes who shared their insights on key critical themes while a great part of the world was in lockdown.

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LGBT and inclusion: too many companies are diverse without being inclusive
Topics: Leadership
In this Open Office Hour session, participants’ frustrations were palpable as they discussed inclusion and LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) rights in their…
29 June 2020
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Supercharging innovation-led growth – powering your inclusive, diverse teams to greatness
Topics: Leadership
Innovation starts with focusing on the data, and a diverse team must include cognitive variety, says Harriet Green in her OWP live keynote address. The…
25 June 2020
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How Massive Collective Intelligence can drive insight and engagement in your organization
Topics: Leadership
Expertise is not dead. But the large-scale tool of narrative building will help leaders motivate all stakeholders in their organizations to bring about change. This is the moment to employ Massive Collective…
24 June 2020
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Resilience in a crisis is on the agenda on day two of OWP liVe
Topics: Leadership
Use autonomy to create resilience in the face of crisis Make it through the “cash crunch” by focusing on autonomous advice and operations. Resilience is the umbrella that allows a company to weather…
24 June 2020
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How sustainability issues are rapidly changing the business landscape
Topics: Sustainability
Long gone are the days when sustainability was a nice-to-have, says Peter Bakker who believes that companies have the capacity to heal the world but is unsure whether they will react quickly enough. In an interconnected…
24 June 2020
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Aligning our interests to breathe life into “exasperated, fragile systems”
Topics: Leadership
In a world blighted by the COVID-19 crisis, “for-benefit” companies are emerging to disrupt the age-old non-profit versus for-profit tussle, says IMD Professor Katharina Lange. “Exasperated, fragile…
23 June 2020
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Digitally advanced organizations have weathered COVID-19 best, but it’s not too late to transform
Topics: Digital
The pandemic has shifted the priorities of digital transformation. New research from IMD has found that organizations prioritizing innovation have recorded the best performance throughout the pandemic. Over the past few…
23 June 2020
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Renewal, not return: leadership in times of COVID-19
Topics: Leadership
Rather than to return to how things were before, companies must leap ahead into a better future, says Jim Hagemann Snabe. The COVID-19 crisis has posed unprecedented challenges for business leaders and reframed the…
23 June 2020