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Resetting Management

Thrive with Agility in the Age of Uncertainty

Get behind the buzzwords and hype of agile and learn how truly to transform your organization irrespective of its size, location or industry sector.
EAN: 9781789667172
Edition: 1
Format: 234x156
232 pages

About the book

Being able to transform any business is essential for organizations in today's turbulent world. How do you get behind on-trend buzzwords so that you can make your company fit for the future?

Resetting Management helps leaders understand why being agile matters. It will release a new level of energy, innovation and entrepreneurship enabling organizations to respond to disruption while still delivering business strategies with rigour and efficiency. Using diagnostic tools and practical models, it describes how to master the essential components and principles of agile and respond to uncertain and fast changing environments. Featuring case studies from some of the world's leading companies and illustrates how they have successfully implemented change - including Lego, General Electric, LMVH and ING, Stéphane J.G. Girod and Martin Králik provide leaders with the skills to master change processes and rapidly take control their own organizations.

Resetting Management recognizes that every business is different, and each company has its own specific challenges. It explains how to own transformation in a way that matches reality exactly to the needs of a specific business, irrespective of the size or industry sector.

About the authors

Stéphane J.G. Girod is Professor of Strategy and Organizational Innovation at the Financial Times number one ranked business school, IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. His opinion pieces have been carried by Forbes, China Daily, The Economist, BBC News, Tribune des Geneve and the Times. Before joining IMD he was Manager of the Accenture Institute for High Performance, based in London.

Martin Králik is an IMD external associate, based at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. Before IMD, he worked with Insead and the International Data Corporation.