The Vital Organization begins with a simple premise: If the we’re in a world of rapid change, then we better stop using the Rules of Management created in the 17th Century.
The 3 postcards that every manager needs on the wall today:
The US military uses the term VUCA to frame this issue. In a situation that’s volatile, uncertain, changing or ambiguous, don’t try to follow the status quo.
For over a decade, business leaders have talked about “employee engagement” but the metric isn’t changing.
It’s time to get to the heart of the issue, we need to understand what really drives people to own their work.
Once, competitive advantage came from bricks and patents. In a rapidly evolving market, the only sustainable advantage is through people.
Growing a vital organizational culture isn’t a “nice to have,” it’s the basis of value creation.
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