Most senior leaders find comfort in believing that in times of severe market downturns cutting costs and hunkering down is a prudent course of action. The trouble is the data supports the totally opposite course of action.
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Is gamification the new strategic imperative for sustainable business growth? For many people, gamification is associated with the enormous rise in the global game playing business including worldwide competitions…
Are your best people working on things they are most passionate about? According to an earlier Korn Ferry survey, 33% of those changing jobs cited boredom and the need for new challenges as the top reason why they left.
Are you creating the last best version of the old model or the first best version of the new model? Disruptive change not only increases stress, uncertainty, and risk but it also enables individuals to retreat to what they know rather than explore…
I felt privileged to be a guest on Steven Haines’s Masters of Business podcast and think his questions resulted in some very thoughtful insights and content. His focus on the importance of developing business acumen for leaders and their teams is a critical requirement for successful digital enterprises.
Are your board members digitial technology assets or liabilities? To successfully compete as a digital enterprise requires that the C-Suite leadership team and the board of directors are fully aligned and committed to the right digital strategy for the company and a game plan to implement. This is virtually impossible to do if the…
By Ron Ashkenas and Peter D. Moore
The traditional mantra for a successful launch of a startup is to build a minimum viable product (MVP) and see if there is market fit for it. While there is some merit in this approach, it often takes much longer than expected to execute.
Are the vast majority of cyber-attacks on your company avoidable? APIs have emerged as the internal connective tissue within an organization and the external connective tissue with customers, supply chain partners, and other key stakeholders.
Are your technology investments aligned with critical business outcomes? The vast majority of companies are still trying to improve their on-time and on-budget project performance. This approach overlooks the question of if the project should even be done in the first place.