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Lisa Ashton:
Matrix of Working Relationships

Lisa Ashton, Managing Director of BIOSS SA gives a basic introduction to BIOSS SA‘s Matrix of Working Relationships (MWR) methodology

Robbie Stamp:
Introducing BIOSS

Robbie Stamp, Chairman of BIOSS International, gives an overview of the company’s network and expertise.

Mike Clasper: Managing with the Tripod of Work

Mike Clasper discusses the BIOSS concept of “Tasking, Trusting and Tending”, also known as the Tripod of Work, in relation to managing costs in large organisations

Andy Haldane: The strengths of the BIOSS suite of models

Andy Haldane 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

Lorraine Dodd:
What BIOSS has to offer

Lorraine Dodd is Director of Research at the Centre for Applied Systems Studies at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, and is a highly respected international contributor to analysis, research and general thinking about complex adaptive systems

Mike Clasper:
What BIOSS can do

Mike Clasper 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

Paul Holmström: How does Bioss create value for clients?

Paul Holmström, Chairman of BIOSS Sweden, considers the financial value to organisations in a changing environment of identifying which of their people can cope with high complexity and uncertainty.

Thandeka Mgoduso: The value of the BIOSS framework

Thandeka Mgoduso, Non-Executive Director of BIOSS SA, describes the value of the BIOSS framework in her own work with talent management, executive coaching, and corporate boards.

Robbie Stamp:
People, Work and Context

Robbie Stamp, Chairman of BIOSS International, explains the three components of BIOSS’s work with its clients.

Ian Macdonald: Working at the pace of the client

Ian Macdonald, a Director of BIOSS International, describes the process of working with clients at their own pace, listening and adapting as needs evolve.

Gillian Stamp: The PACT of Leadership, part 1 – People

Gillian Stamp, Founder of BIOSS International, describes the first of four key ingredients of effective leadership: People, Attention, Context and Time (PACT)

Gillian Stamp: The PACT of Leadership, part 2 – Attention

Gillian Stamp, Founder of BIOSS International, describes the second of four key ingredients of effective leadership: People, Attention, Context and Time (PACT)

Gillian Stamp: The PACT of Leadership, part 3 – Context

Gillian Stamp, Founder of BIOSS International, describes the third of four key ingredients of effective leadership: People, Attention, Context and Time (PACT)

Gillian Stamp: The PACT of Leadership, part 4 – Time

Gillian Stamp, Founder of BIOSS International, describes the fourth of four key ingredients of effective leadership: People, Attention, Context and Time (PACT)

Stephen Nelson:
The Dynamic Bioss Approach

Stephen Nelson, Asset Management Director at Infracapital, contrasts static strategy consulting with the benefits of an approach that acknowledges complexity, connectedness and dynamic context.

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