Integrative thinking is a form of reasoning which allows you to constructively face the tensions of opposing models. Instead of choosing one at the expense of the other, you generate a creative solution. Your solution contains elements of the individual models, but is superior to each.

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Creating Great Choices

Organizations need to incorporate the best of design thinking into their ways of working to unleash innovation and creativity. An organization will be able to counter-balance analytical thinking with intuitive thinking – to enable it to both exploit existing knowledge and create new knowledge. 

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The Design Of Business

Critical to the success of every organization, strategy is not a long planning exercise or document. Strategy can be simple, fun and effective and is founded on a set of five interrelated and powerful choices that positions an organization to win. 

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Playing To win

While prevailing theory holds that stock-based compensation perfectly aligns corporate executives’ incentives with those of shareholders, it does the opposite. As a consequence, executives have done brilliantly while shareholders have become increasingly frustrated. Incentives and governance practice needs to be transformed to enable corporations to prosper in a way that better serves society.

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Fixing the Game

The combination of the stagnation of medium incomes and the rapid rise of high incomes is threatening the future of democratic capitalism. Its predictive future requires building a more robust knowledge, transactional and physical infrastructure for broadly shared prosperity.

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The Rise (and Likely Fall) of the Talent Economy

For both social entrepreneurs and corporations, the key tenet of social innovation is finding ways to make the world a better place. My work focuses on building tools for social entrepreneurs to create more powerful models for creating value for society and developing models to guide corporations on a path of productive corporate citizenship.

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Getting Beyond Better

There are three principal ways that Roger engages with organizations and individuals – as a speaker, as an advisor and as a teacher. In each case, approaches and formats can be customized to the needs of the specific client and audience.  

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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

Speaking engagements include a comprehensive presentation and follow up discussion on the devotion of interest. It introduces the discipline in detail, providing the fundamental principles, process, tools, value, benefits and describes the application that the skill set brings to the advancement of the organization. Where appropriate, presentations also include business cases, interviews and videos that further illuminate the method or manifestation of the competency. Deliverables are: a team steeped in the theories and value of the particular devotion.

Format & Size

Formats and participants can be customized to meet the needs of your organization. Speaking engagements formats are typically in the form of presentation, but can also include interviews. Formats can also include interviews as well as lunch & learn discussions. These latter formats work well for CEO sessions.

Who is it For?

Presentations address audience of ranging size. For corporations, audience size tends to range from 10 – 100 participants. For educational institutions, audiences tend to range from 50 – 250 attendees. For organizations, the audience may include as many as 1,000 attendees.

Representative Clients

Representative speaking engagements include Hewlett Packard, Dupont, Michelin, Deloitte US, Deloitte Australia, Tempur Sealy.

Cost

Please call +1.954.774.3433 for the cost of speaking engagements. For customized lectures, we provide an estimate within 48 hours based on the criteria of the requested presentation.

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ADVISORY

Aimed at producing solutions that advance the organization, advisory work includes the fundamentals and core concepts of the speeches and workshops but applies the preferred skill set(s) to a specific challenge or challenges at hand toward breaking through impediments and accelerating success. Deliverables are: breakthrough strategic solutions to specific challenges toward advancing the business; management teams capable and inspired to pursue the solutions generated; and management teams better positioned to tackle similar problems on their own going forward.

Format & Size

The format varies widely and is always customized to the needs of the client. Sometimes it involves regular one-on-one meetings with a CEO or other senior executive. Other times it involves facilitating work sessions with senior management teams. Still other times it involves sitting in on meetings and providing feedback afterwards. The key is that it is customized to the task at hand.

Who is it For?

This service is for senior executives who are facing important challenges or decisions related to one of the six devotion areas and who want a more targeted, personal advisory approach rather than a large consulting study.

Representative Clients

Representative advisory work includes Procter & Gamble, Steelcase, Lego, Verizon, Deloitte, United Rentals, VF Corporation, and Edmunds.com.

Cost

Please call +1.954.774.3433 for the cost of advisory session. For customized lectures, we provide an estimate within 48 hours based on the criteria of the requested presentation.

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WORKSHOPS

Workshops include the content provided in speaking engagements plus teaching exercises, breakout sessions for applied learning and action plan development. Deliverables are: a team educated and trained in the chosen skillset. Executives, managers and students will be empowered to apply the skillset to corporate challenges. Workshops are also available to educate trainers to further imbed the skillset within the culture.

Format & Size

Workshop formats are typically in the form of presentation and breakout sessions. Formats can also include interviews as well as lunch & learn discussions. These latter formats work well for CEO sessions. Formats and participants can be customized to meet the needs of your organization.

Who is it For?

Workshops address audience of various size ranges. For corporations, audience size tends to range from 20 – 40 participants. For educational institutions, audiences tend to range from 25 – 75 attendees. For organizations, the audience may include as many as 100 attendees.

Representative Clients

Representative workshop experience includes American Express, Verizon, Genentech, Wal-Mart, Merck Animal Health, SOC Corporation.

Cost

Please call +1.954.774.3433 for the cost of workshops. For customized workshops, we provide an estimate within 48 hours based on the criteria of the requested presentation.
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