Day: October 20, 2016

Paul Gibbons big data

Risks and Misuse of Big Data – Learning from Bank Fraud

In 1995, I was tapped on the shoulder at Coopers (now PwC) by a partner in the forensic accounting practice who was leading our investigation into a 93 million pound fraud ($140m) at NatWest bank. “Gibbons, you traded options, did you not?” “Some”, I replied. Then, suspiciously, “It says here you speak French?” Once he […]

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CEO “super-coaches” – Paul Gibbons interviewed by CEO Magazine

In 2009, Paul Taffinder (one of my mentors) and I were interviewed for CEO Magazine about our role as CEO super coaches. In this short piece, we talk about why CEOs use coaches, what specific problems they bring to us, and about our approaches. Download the full article here: ceo-super-coach The chief executive must personify […]

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FIFA, LIBOR, and Volkswagen Ethics Scandals in 2016

Video:  How did the worlds most important interest rate, largest car manufacturer, and largest sports organization become corrupted by billion-dollar scandals?  What happened? How could the mishaps have been avoided? What are the lessons for business leaders?  

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Change Agility: Creating Growth Cultures

Video: Why do organizations, it seems, resist change?  What does an agile organization look like?  What are the levers leaders can pull to great agile, growth cultures?

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Why We Suck at Behavioral Change

Video: In this signature talk at Microsoft’s Distinguished Author Program, I cover why behaviors do not follow intentions, plans, and strategies.  What is wrong with the ways people change behaviors (in themselves, in business, and in society) that makes it so difficult?  After watching this, watch this for some strategies that work.

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21st Century Behavioral Change Strategies

Video: In this signature talk at Microsoft’s Distinguished Author Program, I introduce three ideas from 21st century science  that produce measurable changes in behavior.  For why existing strategies don’t work, view Why We Suck at Behavioral Change.  

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