Leadership disciplines create performance culture

Combining tight and loose styles of leadership can be key to driving higher performance By Roger Perry History is peppered with examples of small forces defeating larger ones. Venice, for example, managed to dominate trade in the Mediterranean Sea for more than 500 years, in spite of its relatively small population. And time and again, […]

How to revitalise a moribund corporate culture

How to revitalise a moribund corporate culture An organisational culture on the brink of death is at risk of dragging the enterprise down with it. But never fear – a moribund corporate culture can be resuscitated. By Roger Perry Managing Director at Bevington Group, Roger Perry is one of the Asia Pacific region’s foremost productivity improvement […]

Courage plus accountability equals a performance culture

Courage and accountability are the twin pillars of any performance culture. Make it your mission to lead the way. By Roger Perry As experienced leaders we have all seen it: the failed attempt to deliver a cultural transformation. The glitzy launch, the fanfare, the hope and promise of a better place to work. However, already […]

Great leaders are masters of measurement

Leaders guide their organisations through regular change, meaning they must become masters of measurement. By Roger Perry Just a few weeks ago I sat in a CEO’s office helping him consider a measurement conundrum. His biggest challenge was simply time – he needed to know early if the change was working, and if not, where […]

So much to do and so little time! Prioritising critical changes

Most leaders will eventually be faced with a burning platform and too much to do. So how do they prioritise critical change for success? By Roger Perry Bear with me as I suggest you imagine yourself as the CEO of a company in need of radical change: an entity that can best be described as […]

Purpose and adaptability: The keys to organisational resilience

Purpose and adaptability: The keys to organisational resilience Find out how to develop organisational resilience, and why it’s vital for companies to survive in the long term. By Roger Perry Purpose At the end of World War II Viktor Frankl, a brilliant ex-Auschwitz inmate, wrote Man’s Search for Meaning. The book demonstrated that purpose was a key […]