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Leading in an Uncertain World: How to Achieve Organizational Success in the Mid 21st Century

What are the best next steps to success?

The pace of change is accelerating at an exponential rate.  The introduction of artificial intelligence to the masses enhances the complexities and the opportunities to re-envision business and social opportunities.

In this video I discuss the challenges of leading an organization in this environment.  The central premise of the video is that organizations will succeed through the development of a more effective workforce.  Technology is great.  But it will be the knowledge and adaptability of the workforce that will determine long-term success. This development includes the board, senior leadership all the way to the administrative staff and production floor.  The video focuses on 4 key areas of personal and organizational development that are needed for success.  They are Emotional Intelligence, Mental Agility, Open Leadership and Financial Literacy.  As you go through the video you will realize and discover how they are interconnected.

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Blog: What happens if your organization DOES NOT become more agile?

November 1, 2018

To answer the question, let’s first discuss what it means for an organization to be agile.  An agile organization proactively seek opportunities to identify and apply new ideas that improve organizational effectiveness. It also has a cultural mindset that values and encourages learning, collaboration and shared ownership of the vision, mission, and purpose of the organization.  Continue reading

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Blog: SEARS- The Agile Organization From Another Era Files Bankruptcy

October 15, 2018

Last night Sears filed for Chapter XI bankruptcy. Started in 1886 by Richard Sears as R.W. Sears Watch Company, it transformed retailing. Sears developed an innovative distribution delivery system and mail order catalog that offered virtually any product, to anyone, anywhere in the United States. They accomplished this feat by leveraging the US Postal Service’s Rural Free Delivery program that connected the most remote parts of the US. Sears recognized the opportunity to re-imagine retailing as a national versus a local business. In many ways, they started out like the Amazon of its day and then followed with retail stores across the country to become the Walmart as well. Continue reading