To survive and thrive an organisation needs to be resilient and agile and leadership is key to this. Mark Wright explains why. This article was first published in JAM (issue 61 / February 2016).
Going forward, successful leaders are creating a fresh context to equip those around them for a bold future: balancing competition with collaboration, being agile, moving before being certain, adjusting on the go and understanding that competitive advantage is transient.
This requires a very conscious application of new leadership behaviours: flattening hierarchies, emboldening teams, focusing on intrinsic value to the end user and, perhaps most difficult of all, being prepared to radically rethink what they need to do in order to survive and thrive
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