Leaders must actively manage the energy of their workforces, cultivate the quality of employee relationships, and demonstrate a capacity for resilience to recharge their organizations during crises.
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Japanese working practices may help or hinder the adaptation of agile approaches that can increase an organization’s speed and customer centricity. Addressing five main areas can allow leaders to master the transition to enterprise agility.
To reimagine their organizations for the future, leaders must address three critical questions.
Can organizations be transformed while employees are working remotely? Four real-life stories suggest that they can.
In about 75 percent of cases, it pays for an organisation to reskill an employee—yet few do this systematically. Here’s why, and what companies should do differently.
How can senior managers get better, faster business decisions from the meetings they attend or lead? Planning is key.
Automation will leave few roles untouched—and not everyone will be reskilled or redeployed successfully. Here’s what leaders can do now to give their talent, and their organizations, the best opportunity to thrive in an uncertain future.
Agility has been a useful attribute for many global and UK-based organizations weathering the COVID-19 crisis. Here’s how they can build on agile practices for more long-term operational resilience.
Agile operating models are characterized by rapid learning and decision-making cycles. Here’s how organizations can use agile practices to transform their organizations.
Advanced analytics is transforming the HR landscape. Interviews with leading people analytics teams reveal how.