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How does adaptability work? How does it make a business more profitable? I'm asked these and related questions almost daily.
It’s taken a while but larger organisations have finally come to realise they need to change to compete and survive in a marketplace filled with small, more nimble competitors.
Employees are the lifeblood of an organisation. We all know this. The combination of personalities, quirks, skills, and imagination are what sets one organisational identity apart from another.
During times of change, your unique work-climate is more vital than ever.
However, it is well known that organisations often falter when this delicate harmony is interrupted. Ruffle the feathers of a team, and the results can be devastating.
Discussions with upper management about adaptability are often an awkward dance.
Senior management often fears a loss of control in an adaptive workplace. That’s understandable given their training. But it's also very wrongheaded..
Working in the change sector, I’ve come to brace myself whenever someone I hear someone has come up with THE BEST ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE MODEL - yes, all in capital letters.
As a musician I understand what happens when the individual elements of a recording sound perfect, only to fall apart when played together.
In recent months most conversations I’ve had with business leaders start with two questions about adaptive business: what is it and why do I need it?
People often ask me how adaptive workplaces are different from the one in which they work.