Human Centered Leadership
Doing Well and Doing Good: Human-Centered Digital Transformation Leadership
Wondering how to lead digital transformation in the face of a technological revolution will fundamentally change the way we live, work and relate to one another? Then take a look at my new book, Doing Well and Doing Good: Human Centered Digital Transformation Leadership, published by World Scientific. I and my co-authors, Liora Gross and Bill Pasmore, introduce a new leadership model that surfaces the critical challenges digital transformation leaders encounter--and the human-centered leadership capabilities that can be used to overcome them.
"A must-read for those wanting comprehensive perspectives on the human impact of technological change. The value lies in the practical takeaways derived from real world cases, interviews and research — guiding what leaders can do at every point of their journey to create a better, more equitable future."
"Transform or die! That is the choice most organizations face when they encounter a powerful disruptive force. Digital technologies, for many organizations is a life-or-death disruption. This book comes along at just the right time. It gives us insightful questions and sound practices to lead towards a purposely designed future. Read it, become a people-centered transformational leader, and then go do it!"
Principal, Future Ready
"The authors provide a novel perspective to the change management process in digital transformation projects, providing a framework that widens the scope and depth of what Digital Transformation means, something that — in the 21st century — feels both urgent and relevant."
A data-driven human capital investment roadmap tells you where to invest–and how much–to create financial, human, consumer, and societal value.
Is your organization struggling with:
• Diversity without inclusion?
• Productivity without well-being?
• Retention without engagement?
• Individual skill development without organizational capacity?
• Automation without upskilling?
• Corporate purpose without credibility?
Then it’s time to re-think how you measure and improve balanced outcomes.
We partner with technology organizations to ensure that investments in leadership development achieve organizational commitments to creating social value.
Social Value ROI
Technology organizations must be equipped to deliver on commitments to employees, organizational purpose and ESG goals, but lack the measurement systems that define what success looks like–and how to achieve it. How can you define and measure your organization’s commitments to social value?
Doing Well and Doing Good
Organizations must balance their investments to create both economic and social value as they work to achieve their commitments to employees, customers, investors, and the communities they serve. This requires a new way of leading–a human-centered approach.