In 2024, leaders must take back the wheel and actively govern AI by owning strategy, setting expectations, and guiding adoption incrementally.
Dawn Howarth shares her advice on a commonly asked question: How do I deal with an interfering boss?
By treating initial business cases as living documents and continually revisiting core assumptions, organizations can dynamically realign innovation investments as market realities shift.
We are delighted to welcome Willem Vesters to the Oliver Wight EAME team as our newest Partner. Learn more about Willem in this blog!
Our Events and Campaign Marketing Executive Hollie Cooper recaps Oliver Wight's thought leadership shared at events in 2023.
With over 70 elections set to stir volatility, companies must boost risk planning while avoiding short-term reactions that forfeit future adaptability.
Leaders should adopt AI tools cautiously, scrutinizing integration capabilities and demanding evidence, not just hype, to avoid implementing shinier spreadsheets that erode differentiation and trust.
As the tragic Post Office scandal highlights, falsely promoted technology can wreak havoc on human lives when governance falters – but engaged leaders committed to understanding contexts can correct dysfunctional structure.
Ross Boyle speaks to us about his 'day-to-day' as an Oliver Wight Partner, his interests outside of work, and his pet Labrador, Ed!
Recently the concept of the “servant leader” has become fashionable. But many directors seemingly take the wrong end of the stick and become servants to their managers and slaves to their business.
24 CEOs give their 24-cents on what leaders should prioritize for 2024.
The focus CEOs need to bring to their management team throughout the year is a drive for optimization, efficiency and cost-control, despite the turmoil in the world.