Along with the severe health and humanitarian crisis caused by the pandemic, executives around the world face enormous business challenges: the collapse of customer demand, significant regulatory modifications, supply chain interruptions, unemployment, economic recession, and increased uncertainty. And like the health and humanitarian sides of the crisis, the business side has been lunged into new ways of making decisions, in strategy, operating model, people and technology. Maximus Directors are joined by Amir Haramaty, Chief Commercial Officer at SparkBeyond,and Emma Hogan, Secretary of NSW Department of Customer Service, and to talk to the differentiators of 21st century leadership and the job to be done this year.
September 2020– Livestream
Enabling Foresight: The Capabilities Needed to Pull the Future Forward
David Dzienciol, Chief Customer Officer & Chief Commercial Officer, NEXTDC, and Evan Thornley, Executive Chair, LongView. join Maximus Directors James Keeler and Katherine Boiciuc, to explore the capabilities which underpin organisations, enable senior leaders to navigate uncertainty and guide organisations with the power of foresight.
Indistractability: Creating Superhuman Teams
As technology wrestles for our attention in the workplace, how do leaders ensure their workplace can manage distraction and afford the crucial time needed for deep thought, innovation and human connection? Maximus investigates…
Traditional Corporate Learning Is Ready To Be Turned On Its Head
Traditional corporate learning doesn’t leave much to the imagination, and existing learning methods often fail to truly shift an employee’s way of thinking. It is necessary for companies to get creative, collaborative, and turn learning on its head.