Global dexterity is defined as the capacity to adapt your behaviour, when necessary, in a foreign cultural environment to accommodate new and different expectations that vary from those of your native cultural setting. This can also be applied in team settings in which you are working with a diverse set of colleagues from various educational and cultural backgrounds.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken organisations to their core, and our branch was no exception. To identify different threats that our organisation faces as a result of the pandemic, we created a risk heat map that allowed us to mitigate our risks. This article will walk you through our process to give you an idea of how to use a risk heat map to drive strategic decisions.
A heat map is a risk assessment tool that represents data by plotting each risk against two axes, using a colour scale to indicate the magnitude of the threats. Although creating a heat map may seem intuitive, it is easy to make mistakes that can negatively affect the usefulness of the tool. This article explains how to create a robust heat map to help you identify and act on your organisation’s most pressing risks.
2020 has undoubtedly turned out to be the most turbulent year of the decade. The COVID-19 pandemic not only caused an economic crisis that resulted in a rise of insolvencies and unemployment figures everywhere, but it also changed working environments around the globe.
Both individuals and organisations are becoming increasingly conscious about the environmental and social challenges that our society is currently facing and will face in the coming years. This has led to a rise in social impact consulting services. But what is social impact consulting? How is it different from regular consulting?
Social impact consulting is rapidly growing, drawing interest from some of the world’s top consulting firms. While most large consultancy firms offer social consulting services on the side, others specialise in the field.
Put yourself in the shoes of a social entrepreneur. You as an entrepreneur are wearing some nice white Espadrilles and have an amazing idea that could change the world. All you need is love and perhaps a tiny little, big chunk of money. So, what do you do?