While it’s easy to blame business failings on external factors like the economy, the truth is that more than 80% of business failures can be traced to a single cause – bad strategy.
In a world of accelerating change, companies need chief executives focused on growth who do more than manage. They need executives to create the future, boldly.
In healthcare, commercial real estate, and professional sports, B2B organizations are evaluating how to respond to a combination of changing consumer behavior, technology-driven innovation and new forms of competition.
Instead of going for an obvious underserved niche market, some businesses are willing to take a chance and pick a less obvious niche.
VUCA is the name of the game for many corporate leaders. Five of them share their strategy for leading in an uncertain and volatile environment.
The Shoshin approach compares a student to an expert—while the expert is less open to new ideas and perspectives, the student has no preconceptions and is open to new methods, technologies and approaches.