The polder model worked for Holland. Can it be a success in your workplace and your role as a leader?
“Anchoring” is a common trap that decision-makers fall into. Find out what it is, and how you can avoid it. Leaders everywhere need to know this!
When faced with a routine problem, it’s easy to get caught up in looking at it in the same old way. Find out how city planners in Budapest creatively solved a difficult challenge.
Inadvertently, many managers discourage independent thinking and initiative. Good leadership requires that you push back: that you withhold your response and curb your action.