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There is no going back: the fundamental changes in ways of working caused by COVID-19 require leaders to change, too. New approaches to agility and inclusion, which helped organizations through the crisis, are at the core of resetting organizations for long-term resilience.
CFOs have had to radically shift their focus to sustain their companies during the COVID-19 crisis and position them for strength in the aftermath. Most will benefit from improving their adaptability, resilience, learning, and foresight.
During the COVID-19 crisis, leaders are having to make decisions that involve paradoxes: choosing between seemingly self-contradictory goals. Those who reframe their thinking about such decisions will make better ones.
Companies that are agile have a better chance of not just surviving but thriving during the COVID-19 crisis.
What HR leaders are seeing as their biggest challenges right now, and some proven principles that can help.
The COVID-19 crisis underscores the need for leaders at all kinds of organizations to avoid blame and lead with adaptability, resilience, learning, and foresight.
Developing a specific mix of leadership and organizational acumen among senior leaders is crucial to accelerating organizations’ digital transformation.
Uncertain times call for adaptive strategic leaders. Six key skills are necessary for leaders to effectively navigate the unknown and think strategically.
The META approach can be used to spur acceleration at four levels: strategy, organizations, teams, and leaders.
Six tips can help teams avoid groupthink, which impedes unconventional thinking and prevents team members from productively challenging their own ideas.
Challenge four destructive myths—on how to set strategy, deal with failure, build consensus, and make decisions—to be a better leader.
Companies need more leaders who cultivate foresight, courage, resilience, and openness to diverse views.
Few leaders understand the perils of coping with a world in flux better than US presidents.