The Queen, a model of constancy, as she passes the record set by her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria
“How do we create a sustainable business from our start up that will provide a reliable income stream for the charity and increase our reach?”.
What is the difference between leading change and merely managing it?
How do we achieve sustainable performance when everything we know is changing around us?
In this series of blogs, we take each of the 8 foundations we believe are required to provide organisational leadership that effectively sustains business competitiveness - and examine them in more depth.
For many, the job title has changed, but the functional mindset has not. But business partnering is not a role; it is a way of working based on shared ownership of an organisation’s challenges. Article written by Simon Court.
Following our research in 2014-15, we set out the foundations we believe are required to provide organisational leadership that effectively sustains business competitiveness. Read more to find out which of them resonates most with your organisation.
Simon Court is the founder and CEO of Value Partnership. He works as an adviser and guide with individual senior leaders, boards and executive teams. The challenges he works on include new growth strategies, changing business models, developing organisational agility and building new leadership capabilities. Simon challenges and supports Chief Executives and their teams to understand and address these challenges effectively. He works across sectors including entertainment, publishing, consumer products, technology, gaming, financial services and venture capital. His experience covers private equity and private and publically owned companies.
Simon’s consulting experience spans over 20 years and a wide variety of industries & cultures. He worked for two years in Milan, as well as in many European countries, the Middle East, South East Asia and North America. Simon has an extensive industry background, primarily in the telecommunications, security and building materials sectors. He was previously HR Director for Ericsson UK. He has an MBA from Warwick Business School and an MSc from Imperial College.
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