The Revolution of Strategy Work
“The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence. It is to act with yesterdays logic.“ (Peter Drucker)
What the founder of management and mastermind Peter Drucker once formulated very accurately still characterizes the procedures and patterns of thinking in many organizations today: The danger of remaining in known patterns, even though circumstances changed fundamentally already and require completely new ways of thinking, new methods and a new way of acting.
"More of the same" no longer works.
In many areas, the digital transformation is changing the rules of the game and also leads to significant changes in strategic management.
Find out which 3 paradigms are characteristic for the current revolution in strategy work in our new blog series:
The prerequisites for all this is the own personal ability and willingness to change and to give the intelligence of the network the chance to takeover.
This is where the culture comes into play.
Those who create the right conditions for agility, alignment and individualization in practice have a good chance of becoming "excellent" in strategic management as an entire organization.
In our 4-parts series Strategic Management 4.0, we will have a deeper look into this new era from different perspectives and show ways how to cope with those paradigm shifts and leverage the opportunities within practically.
Your Ronald Herse
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