January 18, 2017

Is your organisation a frog in a slowly heated water?

Many organisations today are like a frog in a slowly heated water. Unaware of the forthcoming danger, complacent, unwilling to change, shift to a better place, jump out of the increasingly dangerous hot water and move to safety. They are surfing on the edge of chaos – markets change faster […]
January 1, 2016

The Management Shift: Reflecting on 2015, Anticipating 2016

Following the global launch of “The Management Shift” book in November 2014, I am delighted that 2015 has been such an most amazing year!  The book was selected by Forbes as one of the top eight business books in 2014, it won the Axiom Business Books Award (silver medal in “Leadership” category), it is […]
November 10, 2015

Thinkers50 Media Interview

Thinkers50 event yesterday was an amazing day full of intensive learning, insights and networking. I was particularly pleased that Marshall Goldsmith won the Leadership Award for the second time. He has been very supportive of The Management Shift book and kindly offered to write a Foreword for my new book. […]
October 26, 2015

‘The Management Shift’ shortlisted for the CMI Management Book of the Year Award

‘The Management Shift’ has been shortlisted for the CMI Management Book of the Year Award in the ‘Practical Manager’ category. Its author, Vlatka Hlupic, is Professor of Business and Management at the University of Westminster and CEO of the Drucker Society London, and was recently voted onto the HR Most Influential […]
July 2, 2015

Level 5 ‘limitless’ mindset and ‘The Management Shift’

I wrote ‘The Management Shift’ book to change the world of business and live my passion and purpose. And, in turn, this book has changed my life. Since its launch in November last year, I have been doing many keynote talks, writing numerous guest blogs and articles, giving interviews for […]
May 3, 2015

The Management Shift – A review by Andrew Parrock

Professor  Hlupic  sets out her comprehensively researched case for why the time has come to change the practice of management to achieve transformational improvements in the performance of organisations. She shows what needs to be done  to achieve this transformation and then takes the next step to show how that […]