Thought we’d share this fascinating piece from Forbes Magazine’s Ruslan Desyatnikov. It’s called Management In Crisis: The Best Leadership Style To Adopt In Times Of Crisis.
He shares some interesting views here. This one’s particularly thought-provoking:
Our society’s transition from an industrial economy to a knowledge economy is speeding up change and instability, making crises neither rare nor improbable. Micromanagement, labor division enforcement and a top-down approach aren’t the hallmarks of good leadership anymore — building adaptive mechanisms is.
Many enterprise leaders need to unlearn embedded strategic tactics if they’re determined to steer their organizations out of a crisis.
There is a ton of insights packed into this piece. To learn more, take a look at the rest of the article at this link to Forbes.com.