Adaptability Creates a Competitive Advantage
Learn to Prepare for an Unknowable Future
Who Should Read This Book
Decision-makers, Senior Management, University and Healthcare Administrators, Board Members, Business Unit Managers, Director of Training, Employees/Staff, Auditors, Media, Entrepreneur/Startups, Lenders, Stockbrokers, Investors, anyone interested in learning How To Manage Disruptive Change with an Online Course and Textbookis Book?
Bringing New Problems to Solve
Business, Healthcare, Education, Investors, Government, and Individuals
Team-based Organizational Structures
Experiment, Prototype, and Discover the Future
with the wisdom of teams and diversity of minds
Technology and Talent
Understand the Accounting Dilemma
Hire and Promote, Problem Solvers and Change Agents
Curious/Energetic/Creative/Future-Oriented/Thinks Big/Speaks Up/Takes Risks/Comfortable with Conflict
A Tolerance for Ambiguity and Uncertainty/Inventive/Bold Insightful Thinker/Values Results over Perfection
Cannot be delegated, it must be led - Adaptive Leadership
Will Transform Communications Manage Disruptive Change-
Online Course and Textbook
Retired CIO, CEO, and Chairman Publishes Guidebook for Rethinking the Traditional Business Models, Creating an Adaptive Vision of Technology and Talent
“How to Manage Disruptive Change” by Bob Shafto explains why adaptive leadership, vision, digital transformation and winning the talent war are strategic imperatives.
Author Bob Shafto describes how organizations are suffering painful adjustments as they react to the latest disruptive challenges which bring new and different problems to solve. The author believes we must expect constant disruptions and in some unexpected spheres, that we can’t look to the past for future solutions and that strategic planning as we know it, is no longer workable.
“How to Manage Disruptive Change” describes how organizations can be flexible, resilient, and innovative. The book teaches the art of progressive realization, where organizations welcome the wisdom of teams in a more horizontal, as opposed to top-down, approach to discovering the future.
The book offers innovative ideas, concepts, and principles for organizational debate, discussion, learning, and decision-making.