Gerald C. (Jerry) Kane, Rich Nanda, and Anh Phillips, authors of the book The Transformation Myth, outline the traits and principles essential for adapting to disruption, especially following the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this Q&A, ADP CTO Urvashi Tyagi describes a career spent solving problems that span technology, culture, and mindset.
Urvashi Tyagi, interviewed by Chris Clearfield
Leaders can make smarter customer strategy decisions in turbulent times through sound economic and strategic thinking.
Daniel Deneffe and Herman Vantrappen
A framework to help leaders understand how they weathered COVID-19 and to keep leveraging their new innovation skills.
Johnathan Cromwell and Blade Kotelly
The COVID-19 pandemic has permanently changed social norms. Although there will be enormous challenges ahead, these changes nonetheless offer business leaders an opportunity to create a future that’s different from — and better than — the prepandemic “business as usual.”
Strategically guarding against panic, passivity, and impulsivity can help companies cope with uncertainty.
In a crisis, it’s easy to unconsciously prioritize the past. But this is the time to look forward.