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The odds are stacked against leaders who manage major organizational changes. But those who model the behaviors they seek and are persistent, hypervigilant, and flexible can improve their chances of success.
Article | November 5, 2020
The pandemic is forcing companies to be more sure-footed in their change efforts. Here are insights from those that have succeeded.
Article | October 1, 2020
Like a CTO, the leader of an alpine climb must marshal all of his or her skills in program design, motivation, and contingency planning to tip the odds toward success.
Article | September 24, 2020
In the heat of the pandemic, leaders instinctively made people their priority. As they move forward to transform, how do companies keep employees front and center?
Article | July 7, 2020
Companies may be scrambling to deal with rapid global changes, but gradual shifts can also be difficult to navigate. Learn how to think and operate on multiple timescales.
Article | July 1, 2020
This corporate function does best if it has the right amount of centralization and its role evolves during transformations.
Article | June 17, 2020
High-performing companies make the most of these office mainstays by setting guidelines that help keep things as simple as possible.
Article | June 8, 2020
CEOs should respond proactively, act decisively, and provide a clear agenda. Focusing on five priorities now is key.
Article | April 24, 2020
When one of the world’s biggest steel companies ran into a crisis, it successfully launched a major change initiative—and integrated the ability to change into its DNA.