In New Leadership We Flow – Lead4Skills

  A recent International Labour Organization study “Skills mismatch in Europe study 2014”, shows that labour market in Europe demonstrates various types of skill mismatch, including mismatch between the number of job seekers and employment opportunities, which is reflected in unemployment. The overall aim of the  “Lead4Skills” project is to provide higher education institutions (HEI)…

Global Champion Award for FLIGBY: Pedagogy Innovation 2018

Global Champion innovation award for FLIGBY simulation-based leadership classes representing the best in management education today CEEMAN, the International Association for Management Development in Dynamic Societies, is an international association that joins more than 210 members from 54 countries around the globe. Launched in 2010, the annual Champions Awards recognize and promote outstanding achievements in the categories…

Fligby: now Flow makes sense

written by: Claudio A. Rivera I met Prof. Zoltan Buzady via CEEMAN association, that often promoted Fligby’s global network in their news letters . I now have finished my first-hand experience with FLIGBY as an innovative teaching tool and I am exploring ways of possibly including it into my own teaching practice at Riga Business School.  For now…

Leadership, Flow and Ethics

Last month, Prof. Paul Marer[1] – already mentioned in my previous blog entry about Good Work – gave an interesting presentation in Prof. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s Positive Psychology class at Claremont Graduate University (California). This post is an excerpt from his presentation about leadership, Flow and ethics, with an emphasis mainly on the third topic. Csikszentmihalyi…

The technology of the Flow

The innovative training course by Zoltan Buzady (Hungary) for MBA in PA students was the first robin in the project of cooperation between MIM-Kyiv and Central Euroepan University Business School. Mr. Buzady kindly gave us his impressions of MIM and told us about his game. On cooperation with MIM-Kyiv: I am very pleased this project…

The Theory of “Flow” And Its Relevance for Organizations – 3rd part from the working paper

Part 2 – Leaders versus managers The changing technological and cultural context of managing / leading This section offers a few thoughts on the impact of technology and demographic changes for managing and leading employees and other stakeholders. A subsection discusses the implications of technological and demographic changes for employee training and learning.   1.…