Are you changing the game for yourself and others?

Roger Federer

Graeme not only changed the game for his company, but he also changed the game for himself and others. He had an exciting point of view about the future, particularly around how technology could enable new value for their customers. Once his business stakeholders were on board with his vision, he inspired his team to take on a stretch objective to deliver a major program of work. It would take took him and his team outside their comfort zone to achieve it.… Read more

Stretch commitments change the game

 

The project was off the rails. Major delays and cost overruns frustrated the project sponsor. Two successive project leaders had already been fired and morale in the delivery team was at an all time low. Users were disenchanted and the board was getting nervous. Colin* was parachuted in with the mission to turn things around.

He recognised that leadership is a team sport. He allowed the team to vent their frustrations. He painted a picture of the predictable future if nothing altered.Read more