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IQ alone makes for poor 21st century leaders By Gaylin Jee @gaylinjee Whilst we have long prized Analytical Intelligence or IQ, research by developmental psychologists Kegan and Gardner has paved the way for a much richer understanding of

Gaylin Jee Follow me on Twitter @gaylinjee   Technological innovation does not drive social change. Rather, social change is usually driven by decisions we make about how to organise our world. These are the words of economic historian

There is much opportunity to show up these days. Social networking platforms are like stages for shining and showing off your personal and professional experiences, quirks and skills. We can connect, debate and create, at

by Gaylin Jee, @gaylinjee Innovation is all about being that person who thinks about, asks and owns the answering of questions. The payoff to asking better questions is that we can tackle the unknown and find

By Gaylin Jee   Apparently so. Heard of FastWorks, GE’s approach to speeding up innovation? Here are two examples of FastWorks in action, offered by Leader of GE Culture, Janice Sempe:   A new product (an engine) gets

These are my top picks for 2017. What links these works is a shift towards more awareness of our influence as individuals and as organisations. The questions we are asking include: How does what we

by Gaylin Jee “AI will force us to rethink what it means to be human, and what's deeply valuable about that.” At the 2017 Robot Art Competition, robotic painters produced paintings like graduating art students, described as ‘aesthetically

 By Gaylin Jee Accenture launched their Technology Vision report earlier this year, which identifies the top IT trends impacting organisations over the next 3 years. The theme of the report is “Technology for people, by People”. 

By Gaylin Jee Great innovations don’t always come from those with the deepest expertise and knowledge, or from the ‘rare genius’. And many entrepreneurs are not big risk takers. In fact, some of the most successful

By Gaylin Jee We tend to grab onto the past and use it to design the future. It’s a profound failure of imagination. So say Stephen Gill and David Grebow. They add that the future is