Aug. 10, 2021

Tech in Tomorrow's Learning Organizations

Tech in Tomorrow's Learning Organizations

Michael Leckie, Founding Partner of Silverback Partners LLC, author of the new book The Heart of Transformation, published by Kogan Page, interviewed by Trond Arne Undheim, futurist and author. 
In this conversation, they talk about how organizational ch...


Michael Leckie, Founding Partner of Silverback Partners LLC, author of the new book The Heart of Transformation, published by Kogan Page, interviewed by Trond Arne Undheim, futurist and author. 

In this conversation, they talk about how organizational change drives technology, behaviors of change--such as focusing on people's 3rds best ideas--and how to build organizational culture.

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Trond's takeaway: Organizational change is perhaps enabled by technology these days but tech has to be carried by people throughout the organization in order to reap the value and avoid being blinded by apparent quick fixes to difficult dynamics within human systems.

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Michael Leckie

Michael Leckie, Founding Partner of Silverback Partners LLC

Michael is the former Chief Learning Officer for Digital Transformation at GE where he was responsible to accelerate the transformation of GE to the Digital Industrial leader. He also acted as the Chief Learning Officer and Global Head of Organization Development for Bloomberg, LP. Previously, Michael spent 12 years at Gartner, Inc., where he most recently held the position of Managing Vice President Programs associates. He speaks internationally on the art and science of leadership, digital leadership, culture change, influencing and communication skills, and the changing role of the CXO leader in a socio-technical world.