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Anatomy of an Expert

Part of the power of a GXG engagement is that we draw up and then seek out people with the exact knowledge and experience our clients need.

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Ask the Expert: RPA

We get to meet and talk to some incredible people through our work here at GXG, and we're always looking for ways to share their insight with a broader audience. Which brings us to our first Ask the Expert column! We sat down with Rajan Gupta to dive deeper into the business opportunities in Robotic Process Automation. 

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How to Use Mind Mapping in Business

Ecosystems are a style of mind map which we use to display our clients’ knowledge gaps. They’re a tangible thing we can gather around and confirm that we’re aligned to the same learning goals and priorities.

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Today's Most Common Sticking Points

Digital Transformation, RPA, Cloud Migration, IoT. These are just four of the hot topics we’ve heard buzzing around innovative companies this year. This week, we drill down into some of the top technology implementations giving companies trouble and what challenge areas to watch out for.

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SE Tech Podcast with Craig Lemasters

The SE Tech Podcast, hosted by MMM Law, speaks with Craig Lemasters of GXG, which helps executives get “unstuck” from major growth challenges and accelerate change within their organization.

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Change is Hard

At GXG, we believe the further companies look to move beyond their core capabilities, the more likely they are to get stuck. Check out this post to see why change can be so difficult and what alternatives are available to help!

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How to Avoid Death By Powerpoint

At GXG, we have a long-standing opposition to PowerPoint. We don’t disagree that PowerPoint can be a fantastic aid to a presentation. However, more often than not, the PowerPoint becomes the presentation itself. That’s when we have a problem.

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Meet the Team - Sarah!

Get to know the people at GXG

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Feed Your Brain with Our Summer Reading List

While we eagerly wait for our first book - Unstuck - to come out this fall, the GXG team brainstormed a list of our favorite business (and non-business) reads for some inspiration! Check out this post for our top picks.

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Inside the Personal Data Economy Part Three: The Pros and Cons of the GDPR

Data Protector or Innovation Blocker?

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3 Symptoms of Being Stuck & How to Cure Them

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Inside the Personal Data Economy Part Two: What's in it for Us?

A quick summary of data protection regulations

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Inside the Personal Data Economy Part One: Is Privacy a Myth?

Our summer intern, Sarah Duggan, has written a three-part series on the personal data economy based on her research and some of our learnings here at GXG.

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Training Through Rapid-Cycle Learning

Craig guests on The Dan Thomas Experience podcast

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5 Reasons to Invest in Individual Learning for Senior Leaders

Based on our research and body of work, here are five reasons companies should be funding learning at the top of the organization.

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Frequently Asked Question: So You're Consultants?

How information flows through a GXG engagement vs. traditional consulting.

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Yes, You Should Use LinkedIn: 4 Ways to Engage Better

Emma offers her thoughts on how LinkedIn could be used to create a better business community.

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The Four Zones of Business Growth Illustrated

CEO Craig Lemasters shares the four growth zones businesses move through and how he uses drawings to communicate complex ideas, simply!

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Start Small: Two common barriers to digital transformation and what to do about them

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How To Get Unstuck

Our CEO, Craig Lemasters, recently had the opportunity to speak at a healthcare conference in Atlanta. His session, Unstuck: Overcoming Healthcare Industry Challenges, included an overview of our Rapid-Cycle Learning methodology, in addition to a panel discussion to deep dive one of healthcare's toughest challenges - data.

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When Your Leadership Team Is Running In Circles

Nowadays, as CEO tenure gets shorter and shorter, most leaders can’t ever afford to start thinking in terms of words like okay, good, or hunky-dory, let alone great. The pace of technological change and the real threat of disruption fuel a relentless pursuit of growth, a need to demonstrate momentum to the board, to shareholders, and to the organization. But even seasoned CEOs with talented senior leadership teams get stuck from time to time, as the reliable ways of operating fail to deliver the returns they once did. So how do you recognize that your senior leadership team (SLT) is running in circles and what can you do about it?

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Bridging the Gap: RPA

How GXG helps clients act on everything they know or ought to know about RPA implementation

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Advisory Boards: Doing Things Differently in 2019

GXG is committed to helping companies make big changes in the new year.

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Rebel in the Making

Laura shares how a Hidden Brain podcast got her thinking about learning.

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Learning from Storytellers

Chief Marketing Officer, Ted Sullivan's entry in our Lifelong Learner series.

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The Dynamic Learning Effect

The second entry in our Lifelong Learners series

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How I Learned to Learn: 5 Core Skills for Lifelong Learning

Director of Research, Emma Banze, writes about key learning skills she developed at a non-traditional elementary school.

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What We're Reading >> How Do Atlanta's Executives Stack Up When It Comes to Digital M&A?

Being headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, we are alway curious to see what's top of mind for local executives. GXG believes digital is a key lever for organizations as they look to drive enterprise transformation - check out our key takeaways from Accenture's recent survey of executives about their digital M&A activity.

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Learning in the deep-end: my first tech conference

A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend the O'Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference in San Francisco. This conference was themed “Put AI to Work,” and designed to deliver practical, technical advice and training for organizations in this early stage of AI implementation. As I reflect back on the experience, I've highlighted several of the key themes discussed.

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