By Pamela S. Harper and D. Scott Harper
Call it agility, nimbleness, or dexterity; it’s on leaders’ minds. Everywhere we turn, CEOs and senior executives are talking about how important it is for their company to maintain and increase speed and adaptability just to keep up with changes in the business environment, let alone increase their competitive stance. Nevertheless, we see some of the same companies struggling to stay agile in the changing business landscape. What fuels this paradox?
Here are three of the most common enemies of company agility, along with guidelines on how to overcome them:Read More