This blog is a part of our two-blog series on the topic “Leadership in the Digital World”. In our first blog, we focused on the mindset and competency shift required by the leaders in the VUCADD business environment.
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It is not the change that do you in, it is the transitions” – William Bridges People commit a fallacy when they use change and transitions interchangeably. While both talk about a shift,
Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, is quoted as saying “change is the only constant in life”. He lived in Ephesus, near modern Kusadasi, Turkey, around 500 B.C.
It is banal to say that we are living in a changing world. Navigating through this digital transformation is not an easy path for today’s leaders, where “disruption” is the key that unlocks unfathomable possibilities.
Over the last decade, the L&D domain has witnessed a gradual transformation towards technology-driven blended learning to support organisations with different learning requirements and varied audiences.
A high performing individual contributor is an indispensable resource to the organisation. Having him/her take on the role of a people manager may reduce his/her contribution to organisational productivity in the short term.
For decades now communication gurus have provided us with research, tools and skills to make our communication effective. They have said that the need for having goal focused and structured communication cannot be overemphasized in the corporate corridors and conference rooms
This past week, on a flight from Delhi to Mumbai, I heard the two passengers behind me engaged in heated dialogue on how they despised the airlines they were flying and how the experience they had left them wishing they never had to take another flight in their entire lives!
We are all familiar, if not over exposed, to the term VUCA as a descriptor of today’s business environment. Organizations have long been looking for ways to survive and thrive in an environment that consistently causes unpredictable disruptions.
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