Special Price on Kindle Version of Wrong Until Right
Get the Kindle version of Wrong Until Right – How to Succeed Despite Relentless Change (http://amzn.to/2mi0fdv) for a special price of USD$2.99 until next Monday, 27 February.
Go to http://amzn.to/2mi0fdv to order …
The special price was for the Business Agility 2017 conference in New York, but that price will remain valid for anyone, until next Monday, 27 February.
If you don’t have the book, now is an ideal time to get it!
Wrong Until Right – How to Succeed Despite Relentless Change – By Mike Russell
Business Agility 2017, the inaugural conference held in New York this week, was a great success.
Lots of energy and interest, with many participants from around the world.
Make plans to attend the next one when it is announced 🙂
||Business Agility 2017
Leaders are looking for ways to deal with relentless market change. Uncertainty bred by terrorism, major political changes like Brexit and the new Trump administration in the U.S., and shifting regulatory landscapes only adds to massive change pressures.
How can leaders navigate through the storms of change? Interest is expanding rapidly in business agility, agile, lean startup, and variations as possible answers. Early focus in these areas was on product processes and smaller entities like teams or startups.
As focus spreads to larger entities and entire companies, a natural question is: what is “agile leadership”? How can leaders both be agile examples themselves and lead toward agility?
There is a simple answer.
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Does your organizational structure help or hinder business agility?
From Wrong Until Right – How to Succeed Despite Relentless Change by Mike Russell
Are things going according to this year’s original plan?
If your answer is “yes” …
Congratulations! You have fared better than most. Most companies are in markets that have caused turbulence for the original plan.
However, a warning: are you sure there are no changes needed to the plan? If your company is in a changing market, following the original plan on cruise control is dangerous … like driving on cruise control with blinders on. Make sure you are leading with your eyes open.