Companies which are robustly diverse report growing market share 45% more often than their more homogeneous counterparts and are 70% more likely to capture a new market. Varied perspectives, thought patterns and problem-solving approaches produce better solutions. Fostering inclusive meetings to get maximum benefits of diversity is a competitive advantage. Do you know how?
Atlassian, 2019See More
Do you take yourself out of your comfort zone often enough? Alumna Kate Chaney, Director of Innovation and Strategy for Anglicare WA, believes that is what’s required to truly innovate. In this article she discusses the benefits of Cranlana for her thinking and leadership. She and Chief Executive (and fellow alumnus) Mark Glasson have made Cranlana “an integral part of the journey for Anglicare WA’s leadership”, with the learnings inherent to their strategic processes.
Business News Western Australia, 17 April 2019See More
Sabina Nawaz says it’s time to retire the saying “Don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions.” Even though advocates of this approach believe it reduces complaining, increases empowerment, helps employees manage up, and boosts careers, it’s fraught with challenges.
Harvard Business Review, 1 September 2017See More
A culture in which employees can challenge decisions and make a contribution offers organisations many benefits. As our CEO Vanessa Pigrum notes, “the difficulties that staff face in challenging authority come at a time when individuals are becoming more aware of their rights to access information about business practices, whether as employees or consumers.”
The Australian Financial Review, 6 November 2019
What do you do if you’re required to be the face of an idea you think is bad, runs contrary to evidence and is against best practice? CEO Vanessa Pigrum talks with Lisa Leong and David Burfoot on This Working Life about how to create more principled workplaces.
Radio National, 27 August 2019