As a change leader, helping your coworkers, your team, and your organization to navigate a time of disruptive change is critical. Learn about how what's being experienced now is known as exponential change.
- Suppose you were the head…of a global travel agency back in 1995…and I told you that this thing called the Internet…was going to allow customer…to book their own flights and hotels…and your business would be toast in a few years.…Or what if back in 2010…you were the head of a taxi cab company…and I was telling you about these companies…called Lyft and Uber.…Customers were going to walk up to a complete strangers car…holding up their mobile phone…open the door and say, Ahmed?…And climb in…and this new business model…was going to completely disrupt your industry.…
Now back then you might've said that the travel industry…or the taxi industry had been around for a long time…and there's no way that customers…would change their behavior so quickly.…Well tell that to magazine publishers…or newspaper publishers or movie theater owners,…in fact there are still plenty of industries…that are in the cusp of being disrupted,…banking, insurance, health care, even higher education,…none of these can now avoid the combination of technology,…
- Recall the benefits of using personal power to lead in a flat organization.
- Name the main tactic of the opponents of change.
- Determine when a top-down approach to leading change is appropriate.
- List the two elements present in a team that is proficient at change.
- Identify the most important capability when considering a candidate for a position on an innovative team.
- Define “responsible change.”
- Recognize the appropriate time to encourage 10x thinking.