Since 2019, MIT Sloan Management Review and Cognizant have explored the implications digitalization has on leadership. In the recently released 2021 study, “Leadership’s Digital Transformation: Leading Purposefully in an Era of Context Collapse,” the authors expose a component of digital transformation that’s critical but often overlooked by leaders: themselves. The report offers actionable recommendations for leaders to more effectively lead their people and organizations in a time of blurred boundaries, rapidly shifting power dynamics, and general uncertainty.
In today’s digital age, leaders need to change their attitudes and beliefs about what leadership looks and feels like if they want to produce behavior change that lasts over time.
Douglas A. Ready, Carol Cohen, David Kiron, and Benjamin Pring
Leaders must modify their attitudes and beliefs about what leadership looks and feels like if they want to produce behavior change that lasts over time.
Great leaders are distinguished by their ability to master personal relationships.