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Janis Kong, Chairman of Bristol Airport and formerly Managing Director of Gatwick Airport and Chairman of both Heathrow Airport and Heathrow Express, discusses the Bioss concept of the Tripod of Work (Tasking, Trusting, Tending), and its value as a shared language for management.
14 December 2015
Lisa Ashton, Managing Director of Bioss Southern Africa, argues that "Wise leaders now understand that humans need purpose beyond profit to feel engaged and motivated. When they feel engaged and motivated, they tend to give their highest talents to others." Read her full post here:
6 November 2015
A YouTube video playlist of Bioss clients and practitioners speaking on the essence of Bioss's work:
27 September 2015
Paul Holmström, Chairman of Bioss Sweden, considers the financial value of helping clients get to grips with complexity and transformation.
21 June 2015
Susan Scott-Parker, Founder and Chief Executive of Business Disability Forum, talks about the value of the Bioss perspective on capability and Levels of Work.
12 June 2015
Susan Scott-Parker, Founder and Chief Executive of Business Disability Forum, discusses the Bioss approach to judgement in support of leadership.
7 June 2015
Mike Clasper talks about the importance of organisational design for success.
14 April 2015
Janis Kong, Chairman of Bristol Airport and formerly Managing Director of Gatwick Airport and Chairman of both Heathrow Airport and Heathrow Express, describes how Bioss can help emerging leaders build confidence, courage and resilience through deeper self-awareness.
Rebecca Beall-Moore and Louise Stratford have formed Bioss United States, one of two new entities to join the Bioss network this month.
22 November 2014
Stig-Rune Reese and Hard Olav Bastiansen expand the Bioss network as partners in the newly-established Bioss Norway.
22 November 2014
Mike Clasper, Chairman of Coats Plc and President of the Chartered Management Institute, discusses the Bioss concept of "Tasking, Trusting and Tending", also known as the Tripod of Work, in relation to managing costs in large organisations.
4 November 2014
Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England, describes what he sees as one of the strengths of the BIoss suite of models: to help organisations to actively embrace complexity and ambiguity, and use them to advantage.
16 October 2014
Lorraine Dodd, Bioss Strategic Value Partner, explains that Bioss can help clients toward becoming more adaptive, agile, and wholly resilient in the way they do business.
7 October 2014
Mike Clasper, Chairman of Coats Plc and President of the Chartered Management Institute, identifies two prime elements of "What Bioss can do" for clients: first, organisational design for good judgement at every level, and second, talent management at senior levels dealing with the greatest ambiguity and complexity.
29 September 2014
Gillian Stamp, Founder of Bioss International, reviews a new book offering a new perspective on the growth and development of not-for-profit or "common-good" organisations.
3 September 2014
Robbie Stamp, Chairman of Bioss International, introduces the three components of Bioss's work with its clients.
21 August 2014
Robbie Stamp, Chairman of Bioss International, gives an overview of the company's network and expertise.
14 August 2014
Thandeka Mgoduso, Non-Executive Director of Bioss South Africa, talks about the value of the Bioss framework in her own work with talent management, executive coaching, and corporate boards.
7 August 2014
Ian Macdonald, founder of Macdonald Associates Consultancy, describes the process of working with clients at their own pace, listening and adapting as needs evolve.
31 July 2014
Gillian Stamp, Founder of Bioss International, describes four key ingredients of effective leadership: People, Attention, Context and Time (PACT).
24 July 2014