It can take less than 18 months before companies start seeing evidence of significant divergence from the corporate strategy, driven from changes and pressures from both external and internal factors. Traditional approaches to strategic planning fail to keep up with the rate of change, meaning that many plans rapidly become obsolete and lose relevance.Read More
Agile leaders are more than just change agents, they have the awareness to recognize the opportunity and need for change, and the confidence and self-belief to step forward and lead the process. In doing so, they promote the vision, build stakeholder engagement and support, and mobilize the organization in moving forward.Read More
Why does uncertainty paralyze some organizations while others find ways to navigate uncertainty and continue to move forward? What sets the latter apart is their ability to fill in the voids with calculated assumptions, being open and transparent about the unknown, and being prepared to rapidly adjust should these assumptions not prove correct.Read More
The rapid pace of change and volatility is the new norm in today’s business environment. For companies that can react and adapt quickly, it presents opportunities and a competitive advantage in the market.
As companies grow and mature, however, agility, speed, innovation and their ability to adapt have a natural tendency to diminish. The companies that will do best are those that place an active focus on developing and maintaining their agility.Read More