Work can be series of roadblocks. Throughout the years, there is one strategy that is by far the most effective for routing around impediments. Learn what it is to assert and respond and how to implement this technique.
- There's absolutely no question that technology has enabled…us to build flatter organizations.…The idea that a line employee could communicate directly…with a company president was heretical in the previous…century, and now it's common practice.…Yet even as organizational hierarchies have flattened,…the most frequent response I hear from anyone effected…by dramatic change, whether it's in their own career…or in their role as a manager is, well, what can I do?…I'm just one person.…Don't convince yourself that you just need to be passive.…
Take the action you can take, communicate relentlessly,…collaborate intensively, and adapt continuously.…Let me tell you how.…I was asked years ago for help by a manager in a bank's…innovation department, to guide him in defining a new…strategy for his group.…He wanted to lay out a clearly defined set of very…specific activities for his team, driven by a set…of clearly articulated strategic goals, that were tied…directly to the strategic goals of the organization.…
Now he wasn't being asked to do this by his top management,…
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- Dealing with disruptive change and the new rules of work
- Establishing a new contract with workers
- Rethinking job qualifications
- Hiring for diversity and inclusion
- Identifying key skills for adaptive workers
- Helping your team become lifelong learners
- Leveraging automation for your team
- Becoming an adaptive manager
- Making human resources a partner
- Recognizing when your adaptive strategy is working