Teaming and the Knowledge Economy [Interview with Amy Edmondson]


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Amid a busy schedule, we spoke recently with Amy Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, and author of Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate & Compete in the Knowledge Economy. We wanted to know a little more about teaming, and the seemingly emergent paradox between strong competing visions; re-humanization, the gig-economy, rapid technological change, and the organizational desire for small, dynamic teams. A short, fascinating conversation on where work and the HR profession is heading in the near future!

Listen to the short interview here: [10 minutes]

Amy will present both a keynote entitled The Fearless Organization, and a masterclass on Extreme Teaming at the HR Congress Brussels this November. She will also lead a CHRO Roundtable discussion, talking further about Big Teaming for Audacious Innovation. Make sure you catch her there!


The 3rd HR Congress Brussels, November 27-28 will feature a selection of sessions that will explore this topic and much more! Follow the HR Congress Blog for more interesting ideas and content from around the world of work!

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