Leadership as we know it must change.
Leaders must learn to understand the power of the interdependent, network autonomy driving the newer pace of change and flux. We are in a shift.
We live in a new world.
“It seems as if no company, executive, or institution truly understands how to survive and prosper in the [knowledge and] internet age” (Jeff Jarvis, What Would Google Do).
We live in a new era.
We are operating in an era where everything but management has undergone radical innovations. Yet management consultant, academic, and author Gary Hamel says that managers are running organizations in the 21st Century with techniques from a century ago. “They are too static, regimented, and binding today when the pace of change continues to accelerate.”
We are under hyper change.
Technology has forced a transformational effect on life and work. We are navigating a new global landscape that has radically changed forever.