Our CH∆NGE correspondents recently had a discussion with Chicago Booth students on the topic of expectations of the MBA program, versus the reality of what they have learned and experience. One of our hypotheses for this blog is that in speaking about the realities of changes or ventures in life, we can all have a better understanding of what to expect and calibrate ourselves accordingly.
In their 2015 Leadership Report, Wolff Olins states that the CEO role is evolving. Gone are the days of command and control and in are the days of empowerment and iteration. Read on to see how you can modify your approach to be the CEO of the very soon future.
David Slocum provides seven things a good leader must help their organization overcome to be successful. The past is gone and to reach the future a leader needs to help their organization shed the no longer relevant items from their past.
Your organization needs to change. Should you turn to design thinking, change management, neither, or both? Watch this documentary about how design thinking have revolutionized organizations and more.
Life happens. Change happens. The real challenge is figuring out how to cope with all of it. Read on to learn how thinking differently and changing mental processes can help you cope with change.
Organizational change is hard and can fail. Jacob Shriar helps us to understand the underlying science behind why change is so hard and often times ends in failure. Warning: the article is long but no pain, no gain, right?
As customers tastes change so too must organizations. Read more about how keeping the customer experience at the forefront when making decisions is a key to success.