Strong? Agile? Adaptive? Stakeholder Focused? – Which are YOU? (part 1 of 3)

Strong? Agile? Adaptive? Stakeholder Focused? - Which are YOU? (part 1 of 3)

The business and organisational environment is evolving at an unprecedented pace, challenging organisations to either adapt swiftly or be left behind.

Remember our recent post that cited PWC’s stats, noting that 40% of CEOs expect their businesses to be no longer viable in the next 10 years if they don’t change course? – to read that post, check out our Insights catalogue.

In this era of constant and accelerating change, the adoption of agile adaptive cultures has emerged as a pivotal strategy for success.

The inception of this journey begins with understanding the dual organisational structure advocated by Kotter, which integrates the efficiency of traditional hierarchies with the innovation-driven agility of network models.

This blend empowers organisations to respond to market changes with speed and creativity, setting the stage for unparalleled growth.

The first step towards this transformation is recognising the need for a structure that is as dynamic as the market itself, enabling swift pivots and proactive innovation.

But what are the elements of culture that impact meaningful performance enhancement and durable competitive advantage?

Is it having a “strong” culture? Is it having an “agile” culture? Is it having a “stakeholder focused” culture?

We’ll talk through these and other salient questions in our two other posts on this topic that’ll be with you on Wednesday and Thursday this week.

Do you have a dual org structure? How’s it working for you? Do you think your org will benefit from one and why? Please comment below!

Barry Eustance CMgr MCMI
Kotter Change Leader Certified
Principal Consultant – The Sixsess Consultancy
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