Idea Storm's top rated articles - 25 September 2020

I have had excellent guests on my podcast Exponential Organisations and they produce amazing content.

I would like to thank them for giving their time to chat to me (and to you if you are a listener of the podcast) and have therefore created a 'Friends' page on my website where you can access their fantastic content.

Here are three selected articles for you to enjoy. The rest can be found on the Friends page.

1. Darryll Rigby

Start Stopping Faster

Business executives could learn a lot from cheetahs, Earth’s most agile land animals. Though their ancestors ran only about 20 miles per hour, today’s cats can accelerate from zero to 60 within three seconds — faster than a Corvette Twin Turbo or a Ferrari Enzo. But speed alone is not what makes cheetahs such awesome hunters. Computer models show that the best predictor of a successful hunt is not a cheetah’s top speed; rather, it’s how fast it stops and turns.

This article can be accessed here.

2. Nikhil Bumb - FSG

Change the World—for Whom? Why Addressing Racism Must be a Top Corporate Priority

2020 has tested many corporations’ aspirations to be a force for social good. As we recognize this year’s Change the World list, we’re inspired by the many companies rising to the biggest challenges of our time, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the resulting economic crisis, and climate change.

This article can be accessed here.

3. Shared Value Africa Initiative

AlexWorks brings Rays of Hope to young people from Alexandra, Johannesburg

Lebo, a young woman from Alexandra in Johannesburg, attended a 5-day work readiness and life skills training offered to her by her employer. Without previous opportunities to receive professional input, she enjoyed the training and left with some life goals in place, a budget to manage her monthly salary and a new spring in her step.

This article can be accessed here.

I hope you have enjoyed these three selected articles. To access the full list visit the Friends page on

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Lance Peppler

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