A business leader’s ability to successfully navigate change is a requirement for the job—but no one could have predicted the level of disruption and uncertainty leaders have faced in 2020 with the global pandemic.
Yet even before the pandemic, a variety of technological, societal, economical, and political factors were already percolating and creating a perfect storm for disruption. These forces continue to challenge the way organizations think about doing business, raising many questions about what the new normal will look like when the storm settles.
And, with new ways of working and a reliance on remote access and mobile technology, there’s likely to be additional scrutiny on how organizations manage risk. Even under more normal circumstances, agility is a defining characteristic of businesses that are better than most in their ability to anticipate what’s coming, act quickly when faced with change, and decisively respond to the demands of customers, market shifts, and competitive threats.
Today, more than ever, agility is the safest harbor of all.
The Many Shades of Transformation
Becoming an agile organization is often a work in progress, but in today’s world, digital transformation is key. And, business leaders are focusing their digital transformation efforts on creating a
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