You know what an agile organization is, and why it’s important. But figuring out how to pull off an agile transformation is another question.
Effective meetings produce better business decisions. Yet too many decision meetings are doomed from the get-go. You can do better.
Decision makers fed up with slow or subpar results take heart. Three practices can help improve decision making and convince skeptical business leaders that there is life after death by committee.
Executives often assume that speed comes at the cost of quality in decision making. A survey challenges this belief and offers tips on getting the best of both worlds.
Decision making takes up a lot of time, much of it used ineffectively. New survey results offer lessons for making quick, high-quality decisions that support outperformance.
Performance management is tough enough in traditional organizations; in agile organizations, three changes are essential to success.
Bringing advanced computing power and analytics capabilities to bear on people decisions in an organization is crucial to driving lasting and effective change.
Agile organization models have less hierarchy and fewer conventional managers. Here’s how executives making the move to agile can keep their valuable former managers engaged and motivated.
To maximize deal value in a merger, focus on critical principles.
Understanding culture, and proactively managing it, is critical to a successful integration. This requires a comprehensive approach.