On this show we are speaking with Michael Beer about his new book Civil Resistance Tactics in the 21st Century, published by the International Center for Nonviolent Conflict. Michael is the director of the organization Nonviolence International, who advocates for active nonviolence and supports creative constructive nonviolent campaigns worldwide.
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Background Briefing with Ian Masters
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6. How To Develop & Execute Your Strategy More Effectively and Transform Your Organization By Engaging Your People: Interview with Harvard Prof. Emeritus Michael Beer
The Alame Podcast: Change Your Company
My guest for this episode is Michael Beer, a true leadership guru with 40 years of experience helping senior executives transform their companies into high performing, people-centric businesses. He is Professor Emeritus of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and the author or co-author of eleven books the latest being Fit to Compete published earlier this year which we discussed in this interview. He is also the chairman of TruePoint, a management consulting firm and the Center for Higher Ambition Leadership, both of which he cofounded. In this inspiring conversation, Mike shares a very interesting and powerful process through which leaders can engage and transform their organizations. We explored organizational dysfunctions and how leaders can overcome them through the Strategic Fitness Process a very proven approach which can transform strategy development process and its execution. Mike's passion and ability to explain organizational challenges and how to overcome them is inspiring. Like always, I would appreciate any feedback you have about this episode or the podcast overall. Feel free to reach out to me on email@example.com. Also, whether you are a leaders of 5 or 5000 people, if you have any challenges driving the development of the capabilities, culture, alignment, engagement or collaboration of your people or simply have challenges implementing strategy or driving change at scale, I am offering a free 30 minutes strategy session. In this session you would get insights which you can apply right away to take your people and organization to the next level.
Greatness Podcast (Ep. 28) | Michael Beer Discusses His Book Fit to Compete On The Need For Honest Conversations
What could be more interesting that 30 minutes on the phone with acclaimed Harvard professor, consultant and author Michael Beer? Not much and he has offered just that during this Greatness podcast. In his latest book, Fit to Compete, Mike states that most strategic failures spring from an organization’s inability to have honest conversations. It was one of the most important factors in my decision to join Conversant. The underpinnings of our strategic advisement hinge on this critical ability – how to build transparent cultures with systems of human connectedness that unleash brilliance. Mike has many sound tips for any leader interested in achieving transparency and alignment within their organization.
'Fit to Compete' with Harvard's Michael Beer (May 7, 2020)
The Way Forward Webcasts with Leon Goren
We are very excited to have Michael Beer, the Cahners-Rabb Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus at the Harvard Business School, specializing in organization effectiveness, organizational change, high commitment, high performance organizations, leadership, as well as HR management, speak on our The Way Forward Webcast Series on May 7th. Professor Beer draws from his award-winning research and new book Fit to Compete: Why Honest Conversations about Your Company’s Capabilities Are the Key to a Winning Strategy, to discuss the importance of the honest conversation in preparing an organization to successfully strategize, pivot and execute with success. Fit to Compete’s insights and frameworks are extremely relevant to what we’re faced with today as we contemplate how to engage with our people and develop our next steps forward.If you’re interested in tuning into the live webcasts, please visit https://peo-leadership.com/. Tune in to our new podcast, Snippets! In short segments, Leon Goren brings together business leaders to share stories, best practices and learnings with the rest of the community. Available on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts, https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/snippets-with-leon-goren/id1510439127. If you’d like to find out more about our leadership community, please feel free to reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you enjoyed today’s podcast, please subscribe and give us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Join Harvard Business School professor, Michael Beer, as he sits down with The Conference Board VP of US Councils and former VP of HR, Russell Morris, to explain why organizational silence has become the killer of many organizations. Learn how to build a culture where employees can freely speak truth to power, and senior leaders hear what they need to hear about their company's fitness to compete. Discover a time-tested innovative process that has been used by hundreds of corporations across the globe for holding these honest conversations, critical to the future success of your business.
Greatness Podcast (Ep 14) | Michael Beer Discusses His Book Fit to Compete
Are you confident that your employees will bring critical issues to your attention? Ever nervous about being the next "bad ethics" headline in the WSJ? Michael Beer, Harvard, shares brilliant advice on how to create a culture of transparency and candor from his new book, Fit to Compete.
The Built Revolution was thrilled to welcome acclaimed author and Harvard Professor Emeritus Michael Beer to our podcast. Mike shares critical ideas about building a resilient, agile organization, both from his past books such as High Commitment, High Performance, and his upcoming book, Fit to Compete. Mike's thoughts on how to build a trusting, transparency culture that promotes the identification of effective strategies and tactics for improvement and growth are spot-on. Listeners are certain to take away many ideas for their own teams and companies.