Business School Thinking You Should Avoid or Minimise
There are many reasons why the business world struggles to adapt and evolve together with the VUCA (volatility, unpredictable, complex and ambiguous) environments. These include rapid changes in technology, legislation and, more recently, medical crises such as the COVID-19 global pandemic.
However, in my observations, the most critical reasons are the management ideas that organisations grew up with. The world has evolved so much that some of these once-upon-a-time innovative management ideas have lost their ability to produce positive and sustainable outcomes for organisations.
While external factors are mostly beyond the control of business leaders and managers, there are measures that can be taken, including evolving eternal culture. And this is where it is crucial for today's leaders: how culture-shifting can help develop more resilient, innovative and open-minded people in organisations.
Here are some ideas on how to get it done: 'Business School Thinking to Avoid or Minimise'.
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Conceived and iteratively produced by Isman Tanuri
Isman is a Leadership & Business Agility Consultant with over 20 years of international business, operations and training experience. In his Consultant, Trainer & Coach role, Isman help leaders and teams get better at working together by co-creating workplace effectiveness and increasing productivity through actionable leadership, culture development and self-organisation.
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