The RE/CODE Program is a fast and practical development program for leaders and managers, which builds on the book and applies the ideas practically to your business.
Change is dramatic, pervasive and relentless. The challenges are numerous. The opportunities are greater. Incredible technologies and geopolitical shifts, complex markets and stagnating growth, demanding customers and disruptive entrepreneurs, environmental crisis and social distrust, unexpected shocks and uncertain futures.
The old codes that got us here don’t work anymore. Moving forwards needs a new mindset.
Accelerated program for business leaders: the courage to create a better future
The program helps leaders and managers to develop the new mindset, courage and capabilities, to make sense of a world of complex and dramatic change, the new challenges and opportunities, to explore the new concepts and techniques to lead business, and to reimagine your personal and business future.
The program can be delivered through online or physical workshops, and will also soon be available through self-guided learning. It can also be customised to the specific challenges and opportunities of specific industries or organisations. The program is based around 5 modules – future, growth, innovation, work and leadership.
Peter Fisk is your expert guide to this new world, helping you to prepare and to succeed in it. He is both academic and practitioner, bringing together the very latest thought-leading concepts from around the world, with the practical insights and case studies from companies leading in applying them right now, and the tools for you to do it too.
The program explores how to lead a better future, to reimagine your business, to reinvent markets, to energise your people. It describes how to combine profit with more purpose, intelligent technologies with creative people, radical innovation with sustainable impact.
It dives deep into the minds of some of today’s most inspiring business leaders – people like Anne Wojcicki and Jeff Bezos, Emily Weiss and Devi Shetty, Daniel Ek and Tan Le, Mary Barra and Masayoshi Son, Satya Nadella and Zhang Ruimin.
And learns from the innovative strategies of incredible companies – Alibaba and Amazon, Babylon and BlackRock, Meituan Dianping and Microsoft, Narayana Health and Netflix, Patagonia and PingAn, Spotify and Supercell, and many more.
In each module you will also explore a wide range of practical tools and approaches, including toolkits and templates to take away and apply the ideas directly to your business. The program is also enhanced by a range of additional learning resources, including articles, case studies, videos and more.
The program is supported by a range of self-learning resources, including articles and case studies, toolkits and templates. The program is highly interactive, but also stretching and challenging. It includes the development of a project in which participants develop a “gamechanger” blueprint for the future of their business or industry, supported by colleagues and coaching.
Online Resources Read more > Recode 1: Future Recoded: Change, Purpose, Vision, and Scenarios Leaders used to look to the future, based on their success in the past. Most business strategies are built on what the organisation is currently good at. Most …Read more >
Leaders used to look to the future, based on their success in the past. Most business strategies are built on what the organisation is currently good at. Most business plans are built on doing what you did last year, but a little better. Indeed we spen …Read more >
Growth used to be limited. Limited by the mental boundaries in which we saw are credibility – we were bounded by our finite description of the sector in which we operated, maybe geography too; we were bounded by doing what we were good at, and what our …Read more >
Most innovation is still focused on developing better products, maybe services. Most innovation takes a cool new technology and tries to apply it to an old activity. Innovation applies to every aspect of business, and like the entrepreneurs who seek to …Read more >
Most organisations were designed for stability and efficiency, not agility and change. Hierarchical layers of command and control may have worked in the days of Henry Ford, but not Elon Musk. Today’s most effective organisations are much more adaptive, …Read more >
Leadership is about amplifying the potential of your people, and your business. Leadership is having a clear view of the future, and engaging your people in going there with you. Leadership is heads up, not heads down. Yet leadership is often a lonely …Read more >