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Leadership As We Know It Has to Change

Leadership As We Know It Has to Change | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

Supported by their community and the power of decentralized network, the new leaders navigate a world where curiosity, vision and adaptation are more necessary than convictions and authority.


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Good analysis made by Axelle Tessandier towards most common leadership behaviors that we can meet around the world and the necessity to change. 


The to transition to Transleadership has begun

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Carol Carter's curator insight, January 31, 2014 3:26 PM

Thoughtful article every MBA should read and fully digest. The only way to remain powerful, is to empower the people you are tasked to lead. This has always been true. Now it's crucial.

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, February 1, 2014 6:30 PM

Leadership does have to change. What is interesting is that today, as I looked for dissertation materials on leadership, this idea of a leadership crisis is not new, Many authors and thinkers complained of the same thing in times past. The challenge might be the pace of change is so rapid it presents new challenges.

Jerry Busone's curator insight, February 24, 2014 10:36 AM

While I don't agree with the entire thought pattern here I do agree that Leaders reflect whats going on in our society. Leadership is going through one of its many changes over centuries of time. What once worked...won't tomorrow. Stay tuned....

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Responsive.org - Manifesto

Responsive.org - Manifesto | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

About the Responsive.org Manifesto

The Responsive Organization Manifesto describes the disruptive factors impacting work today and the fundamental shifts organizations are making to take advantage of those changes. This document is not meant to be exhaustive or to convince people who may not already agree. It is only meant to catalyze those who do agree around a common starting point. Many business and thought leaders are already thinking deeply about these shifts. This document is a common framework around which like-minded people can connect and develop the deeper insights necessary to act.
In the spirit of emergence and experimentation, this manifesto is meant to be a living document which will be updated as our understanding of these shifts and how to communicate them improves.

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Corinne BUHAGIAR's curator insight, February 9, 2016 3:45 PM

The picture is self-explanatory !

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~ A Strategic Planning Model

~ A Strategic Planning Model | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

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Larry Glover's curator insight, May 19, 2014 10:04 AM

Heading into a Strategic Planning Retreat with a client this coming weekend and so appreciated seeing this succinct description. 

HJJP's curator insight, August 23, 2014 11:24 PM

Excellent in it's simplicity. 

Jean-Guy Frenette's curator insight, January 29, 2016 11:33 AM

PDGPlan

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Les smart machines pourraient défier les DSI

Les smart machines pourraient défier les DSI | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

Au cours des cinq prochaines années, les machines intelligentes influenceront davantage l'activité des entreprises. Un défi pour les DSI.

Les algorithmes et les applications d’intelligence artificielle (IA) permettent aux machines connectées d’assurer des tâches multiples et de prendre des décisions sur lesquelles les humains pourraient perdre le contrôle. Des emplois vont disparaître, d’autres vont émerger. Les DSI devront donc s’adapter et mettre en évidence les risques et les opportunités pour leur organisation.

Au cours des cinq prochaines années, selon la société d’études Gartner, les machines intelligentes influenceront davantage l’activité des entreprises. Et d’ici 2020, le monde abritera plus de 25 milliards d’objets connectés et machines intelligentes. De plus, l’augmentation massive du nombre decapteurs, physiques et virtuels, donnera aux smart machines les moyens de « percevoir » le monde physique et de travailler de manière toujours plus autonome.

Un environnement pervasif

« Les machines intelligentes collectent désormais des informations sur pratiquement toutes les facettes de l’activité humaine de façon continue, ubiquitaire et incontrôlable, sans option pour ‘stopper’ cette activité », a commenté Stephen Prentice, vice-president et associé chez Gartner.

Les atteintes potentielles à la réputation découlant de cette collecte de données incontrôlée sont bien connues. Elles peuvent être « substantielles » et coûter cher. Pour sécuriser les processus tout en tirant profit du potentiel de ces smart machines, ajoute-t-il, les DSI devraient contribuer à « la prise de conscience au sein de leur organisation » sur ces problématiques sensibles.

En savoir plus sur http://www.silicon.fr/smart-machines-intelligence-artificielle-dsi-gartner-118901.html#wMCs4FwtSFi1zgHi.99


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Yves Pellemans's curator insight, June 18, 2015 10:55 AM

Mais qui va piloter vos SI d'ici 5 ans ?!? 

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How leaders can make big organizations more innovative

How leaders can make big organizations more innovative | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Big institutions reward efficiency, risk-avoidance, and predictability, all things contrary to what’s needed for innovation. How can leaders change this?
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How to be a leader in the digital age

How to be a leader in the digital age | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
What does leadership means in today’s world, and how can leaders benefit from digital disruption and breakthrough technologies?
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How CEOs Get Strategy All Wrong (and How They Can Get It Right)

How CEOs Get Strategy All Wrong (and How They Can Get It Right) | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
CESARE R. MAINARDI: Another day, another headline about a major company in trouble. When crisis strikes, leaders are often quick to blame things not in their control. They shouldn’t look elsewhere. They should look in the mirror.
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There are five things companies and CEOs can do to help close this strategy-to-execution gap:



  • Commit to an identity. A truly differentiating identity is built on bespoke, difficult-to-build capabilities. If a company’s competitors can’t buy these capabilities off the shelf, it gives that company an unbeatable growth engine. Think about Apple. It wasn’t just the genius of Steve Jobs that created all that value, but the capability to develop a single digital system enabling consumers to easily manage media production, consumption and communication. If a leader chooses to be true to his or her company’s chosen identity day in and out, he or she can build an extraordinary company.

  • Translate the strategic into the everyday. Focus on building the handful of unique, cross-functional capabilities that actually deliver on strategy and drive profits. Leaders must roll up their sleeves and be close enough to the execution to become the architect and chief builder of the capabilities needed.

  • Put culture to work. Stop fighting a company’s culture and blaming it for undermining strategy. Start putting it to work instead. No culture is perfect. The key is to identify and leverage the parts that work in a company’s favor. A leader’s job is to help inspire every employee to help execute strategy. This requires consistently and constantly demonstrating, celebrating, and modeling the cultural traits that reinforce strategy.

  • Cut costs to grow stronger. Stop making the classic mistake of going lean everywhere. Start driving growth by cutting costs strategically. Most companies waste 20% to 40% of their budget on expense items that have nothing to do with their strategy. Instead, invest this money in unique capabilities and put it work to fuel success. CEOs should be sure to make clear and visible investments in their strategy. And they should invest their precious time and attention in the projects and capabilities that drive strategy — not on whatever fires happen to erupt on any given day.

  • Shape the future. Stop constantly reacting to market changes. Agility is overrated. It has unfortunately become code for throwing out strategy and chasing any opportunity one thinks might work. The best way to own the future is to be the one to shape it. Starbucks is a classic example. We thought we just wanted coffee. CEO Howard Schultz knew before we did that we wanted “a third place” beyond home and work to gather. Starbucks took the market in a completely new direction, and with 22,000 stores and counting it continues to dominate the “coffee and community” space it created. This is certainly a tall order, but a critical one for a leader. CEOs must lead the rallying cry to realign his or her industry around their company’s strengths and push the market in a direction where they can win.

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Digital Priorities for CIO - Digi-Biz Stack

Digital Priorities for CIO - Digi-Biz Stack | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

In an era of fast change, disruptive tech, and too many priorities, what will the CIO really need to focus on this year to deliver combined technical and business leadership that will guide their organizations into the future?

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Ian Harris's curator insight, April 20, 2016 6:50 PM

A net framework you might find useful.

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10 Principles of Strategic Leadership

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How to develop and retain leaders who can guide your organization through times of fundamental change.
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Most companies have leaders with the strong operational skills needed to maintain the status quo. But they are facing a critical deficit:

They lack people in positions of power with the know-how, experience, and confidence required to tackle what management scientists call “wicked problems.” Such problems can’t be solved by a single command, they have causes that seem incomprehensible and solutions that seem uncertain, and they often require companies to transform the way they do business. Every enterprise faces these kinds of challenges today.

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The Digital Ultimatum: What's your plan?

The Digital Ultimatum: What's your plan? | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

The old rules no longer apply. Digital technologies have radically transformed the business landscape, yet many organizations have completely ignored this reality.


A new survey of IT decision makers found 96% see digital transformation as important or critical, yet 55% say they have one year or less to respond before they financially suffer.


By failing to prepare for new technologies, devices and systems, organizations have threatened their own survival.


Now, it’s time to face this new dynamic and begin planning for a more integrated, technical future.

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Empathie & leadership, le nouveau duo gagnant

Empathie & leadership, le nouveau duo gagnant | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Aujourd’hui, tout leader qui se respecte doit faire preuve d’empathie envers son équipe. Mais l’empathie se prescrit-elle ? Comment faire pour la développer ? Qu’apporte-t-elle au monde de l’entreprise ? Décryptage.
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Sketch Note: How to Influence Without Authority | Leadership | EQ

Sketch Note: How to Influence Without Authority | Leadership | EQ | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

Leading without relying on authority is a higher evolutionary skill. It supports developing adult relationships based on mutual objectives and creates work environments grounded in respect for human dignity.


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In her post: “How to Influence Without Authority”, Jesse Lyn Stoner offers useful guidance on the what she calls as “8 Portals of Influence”. Whether you lead backed by a formal authority or you lead without a title, these ideas should help you build influence.

 

    1. Character – Your own character is your greatest source of influence.
    2. Expertise – Do you have content knowledge and experience? Are you a thought leader?
    3. Information – Do you have access to valuable information?
    4. Connectedness – Do you form close relationships with people? Do they enjoy working with you? 
    5. Social intelligence – Do you offer insight into interpersonal issues that interfere with work and help facilitate resolution of issues? P
    6. Network – Do you put the right people in touch with each other? 
    7. Collaboration – Do you seek win-win solutions, unify coalitions and build community? 
    8. Funding – Do you have access to financial support? 

 

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Gust MEES's curator insight, December 17, 2015 8:49 AM

My work in corporate quality functions in the past involved influencing cross-functional teams (as an internal consultant) on processes and methods when I had no direct reporting relationships with them. I knew that only technical expertise was not enough and I wished I had some guidance on how to.


Learn more:


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=EQ


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=LeaderShip


Patricia Clason's curator insight, March 12, 2016 8:38 AM

Valuable tips for all business relationships!!


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12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future

12 Critical Competencies For Leadership in the Future | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

The rate of change in the business world today is greater than our ability to respond. In a world that is often described as VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and ambiguous), there are major tectonic shifts that demand a new mindset of leadership.


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If you are a leader at any level in a modern organization or aspiring to be one, here are some of the critical competencies and skills you need to thrive in a VUCA world.

  1. Develop an Adaptive Mindset.
  2. Have a Vision.
  3. Embrace Abundance Mindset.
  4. Weave Ecosystems for Human Engagement.
  5. Anticipate and Create Change.
  6. Self-Awareness.
  7. Be an Agile Learner.
  8. Network and Collaborate.
  9. Relentlessly Focus on Customer.
  10. Develop People.
  11. Design for the Future.
  12. Constantly Clarify and Communicate.
 
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Authentis Formations's curator insight, May 6, 2016 3:58 AM
Le leader du futur...le
Ian Berry's curator insight, September 26, 2016 10:41 PM
A good infographic for dealing with disruption
Emerging World's curator insight, September 27, 2016 1:33 AM

Within the business world, the term VUCA is becoming very popular to describe the kind of world in which we live  This graphic and article does a great job is summing up some of the main issues concerning how to lead in this environment.

 

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11 Ways to Painlessly Change Your Organization

11 Ways to Painlessly Change Your Organization | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
“Factor in the HeartChange involves loss. Recognize when you ask people to change, you are asking them to give up something. People may recognize the change will benefit the organization long-term, but may still be reluctant to deal with the impact on them personally. Acknowledge the reluctance and allow employees to give voice to a feeling of loss.An employee may be the designer of a program that is being replaced. While they understand the need for the change – and may even agree with the recommended change – they may still feel disappointed that a program they worked hard to create is being replaced. Acknowledgment is key.”
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Traits of Truly Agile Businesses

Traits of Truly Agile Businesses | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

Many organizations, in pursuit of growth, understand the need to be agile in every aspect of their business—from faster decision making to more flexible operations to collaborative ventures. Yet, there is often a gap between that awareness and cohesive action. The Accenture study on agility explores the common characteristics of agile businesses.


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Claude Emond's curator insight, October 24, 2014 8:30 PM

Leadership diversity is one of the key factors

Miguel Paul Trijaud Calderón's curator insight, December 23, 2014 4:52 PM

Agile, a cool business model 

The Agile Monks's curator insight, January 14, 2015 3:12 PM

The challenge in getting diverse leadership is that too many companies are afraid to hire creative thinkers who have different ideas on how to express their art, than the existing leaders. To much of the same gets you just the same and less over time. Companies need to hire people with a variety of insights and approaches, including ones that are challenging to the existing patterns and approaches. Additionally, they need to create, mentor and support the concept of Self-Organizing Leaders and empower people and their teams through Radical Honesty. Check out more information here in the future as we The Agile Monks talk about Agile, Lean, Honesty, having a Code/Creed to operate under, and show how Radical Honestly get you AGILE and successful far faster than the just practicing agile concepts.

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What’s Your Digital ROI?

What’s Your Digital ROI? | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
The age of digital disruption is here, and no company is immune. Leaders who believe their companies can afford to be cautious in their digitization overhaul should think again. While they may be moving slowly and carefully, competitors are moving at great speed. Still, companies can’t afford to hastily throw resources into strategies that won’t work. So what’s a company to do? That’s where the digital ROI framework comes in.

Digital ROI allows companies to gauge how well investments are paying off throughout a firm’s entire ecosystem during a digital transformation. It reveals whether companies should pause and reset if necessary or push harder for strategies that are working.

The digital ROI framework balances digital investments in several focus areas. Each focus area is then associated with specific performance indicators. In this way, the framework can provide the holistic view companies need to ensure an organized and effective digital transformation while adhering to broader strategic goals.

Key to the framework is taking frequent measurements of what is working and what isn’t, how much time those actions are taking, and whether they are boosting revenues and cutting costs. This allows companies to track and calculate the impact of their digital initiatives more accurately, retool when necessary, and make teams accountable for their roles. The exhibit below shows how a company's digital ROI framework might look. 

For most companies, regardless of size, industry or geography, digital investment can be broken down into six strategic focus areas: customers, employees, operations, safety and soundness, infrastructure, and disruption and innovation. Each focus area is assigned a goal (or goals) that works toward the desired digital transformation, and each goal is given specific performance indicators and a timeframe to hit that mark. Many of the metrics will be quantitative, but they should be balanced with softer, more qualitative judgments of progress. Both kinds of metrics must be appropriate to the company’s industry and geography and aligned to its overall strategy. And they must be made a part of every employee’s individual performance objectives in order to drive the change required. 


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Comprendre les indicateurs clefs de performance (KPI)

Comprendre les indicateurs clefs de performance (KPI) | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

Le concept d’indicateur clef de performance, ou key performance indicator (KPI) en anglais, est très étroitement lié au concept d
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The Effects of IoT on Corporate Strategy

The Effects of IoT on Corporate Strategy | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
With its rapidly accelerating expansion and far-reaching effects, the Internet of Things (IoT) is demanding that technology have a broader inclusion within co
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3 Questions to Identify Strategic Objectives

3 Questions to Identify Strategic Objectives | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
strategic objectives. With that information, we will be in a strong position to identify a content marketing strategy specific to each business unit’s needs.
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Why Boards of Directors Need a Digital Leader

Why Boards of Directors Need a Digital Leader | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
THOMAS H. DAVENPORT: Find an experienced digitizer and add that person to the board of directors.
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Ian Harris's curator insight, April 20, 2016 6:54 PM

Hear! Hear! Is there a digital leader on your management team?

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Lead with ICE

Lead with ICE | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

With all the changes required to enable a disruptive organization, leaders can sometime get overwhelmed or confused on their role. Recently I had a discussion with a senior executive about how to lead such a disruptive transformation in an organization without creating resistance, ensuring that the whole organization from board members to executives are pulling on the same rope. Not an easy task but here is why I believe a simple 3 step focus can help you.

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Five Leadership Traits That Will Make You Invaluable During Digital Transformation

Five Leadership Traits That Will Make You Invaluable During Digital Transformation | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

Every successful business in today’s market is undergoing some degree of digital transformation. With the advancing pace of technology, no business will remain unchanged.

 

Mobile platforms and increased connectivity are quickly altering long-standing business structures and changing roles and responsibilities. Begging the question, are you transforming along with your industry? If not, you risk being left behind.


Via Karl Wabst
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Although there are many traits required to drive digital transformation, the following five traits should establish you as a leader in your organization – positioning yourself and your business as industry frontrunners:

  • Think Mindset, Not Skillset
  • Ignore Your Job Title
  • Use Your Brain
  • Take Initiative
  • Provide Feedback

 

The digital transformation of your business might be intimidating, it’s a fact of modern life. By cultivating a proactive, adaptable mindset, taking initiative, and demonstrating commitment to your organization’s health, you can ensure you aren’t a casualty in your company’s transformation.

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Karl Wabst's curator insight, May 21, 2016 9:06 PM

Digital transformation is a misleading term. Do not be misled by the word digital. Hardware and software are often the first thing that comes to mind. It is also wrong.

 

The most important component that needs upgrade is employee wetware. That refers to the soft, squishy bit between each set of ears. The ability to be agile cannot be overstated.

 

Bite your tongue any time you feel the burning desire to say, "No, this is how we do things around here!" Listen! Hear, to understand, not to respond! There is a reason you have two ears and one mouth!

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The economic essentials of digital strategy

The economic essentials of digital strategy | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
A supply-and-demand guide to digital disruption.
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Since digital “makes everything new”—returned to the fundamentals of supply, demand, and market dynamics to clarify the sources of digital disruption and the conditions in which it occurs. We need to explore supply and demand across a continuum: the extent to which their underlying elements change. This approach helps reveal the two primary sources of digital transformation and disruption:



  1. The first is the making of new markets, where supply and demand change less.

  2. But in the second, the dynamics of hyperscaling platforms, the shifts are more profound (exhibit).

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Leading Teams: How to Avoid “Groupthink”

Leading Teams: How to Avoid “Groupthink” | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
Groupthink happens when people are afraid of the consequences of sharing their real thoughts, says team leadership coach Elena Aguilar. Learn the warning signs.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, April 29, 2016 9:32 AM
Groupthink is a product of a lack of trust, but it is also a cultural phenomenon. Perhaps it is so ingrained in the way things are done that it is hard to shake free. Schools abound with groupthink as people focus on managing rather than leading. It will take courageous leaders and followers to step out of those shadows.
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What Makes A Good Leader?

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Leaders have a unique talent for rallying people together and getting them passionate about working towards something amazing. This is no easy task, being a good leader is very tough. So much to do,…
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Digital Leadership is a Team Sport - Smarter With Gartner

Digital Leadership is a Team Sport - Smarter With Gartner | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it

“Digital business changes customer propositions, business models, industry models, financial models, culture, regulation, talent and more. For that reason, digital cannot be owned and executed as a single departmental function.


An organization’s leadership must evolve to accompany digital transformation, according to Mark Raskino, vice president and Gartner Fellow.”


Via Jaakko Kuosmanen
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Yet, many companies still struggle to bring their top leaders along on the digital journey. It’s tempting to think of digital as distinct and separable into specialist enclaves. All organizations have a deep-seated bias toward perpetuating business as usual and repelling forces that try to change conventional and well-honed best practices.

 

Here’s how C-level roles must play together to win at digital:

 

Chief Executive Officer

 Digital business change can quickly alter the fundamentals of the business, only the CEO can deal with these fondamentals, in conjunction with the board of directors, investors, executive team, customers and other major stakeholders.

 

Chief Financial Officer

 The company’s CFO must adapt the financial model to the new cash flows that digital brings. Only the CFO can make these changes and judge how to time them. 

 

Chief Information Officer

 In the digitalisation team, the CIO have a brand new role compared to tradionnal organizations. More than ever, the CIO must be a business partner and be pro-active to allow the transformation journey. Based on his strong understanding and vision of the (coming) evolution of the Information technology, only the CIO can enable the company to put in place and execute the needed changes to succeed the digitalisation.

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Why Attitude Is More Important Than IQ

Why Attitude Is More Important Than IQ | Leadership, Strategy & Management | Scoop.it
New research shows that your attitude is more important to how you do in life than your intellect.
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Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's curator insight, March 24, 2016 9:17 AM
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Without a doubt, EQ is at least as important as IQ. Add a growth mindset and you are nearly unstoppable!
 
Vladimir Kukharenko's curator insight, March 26, 2016 9:53 AM
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Without a doubt, EQ is at least as important as IQ. Add a growth mindset and you are nearly unstoppable!
 
Carlos Fosca's curator insight, March 26, 2016 10:26 AM
Without a doubt, EQ is at least as important as IQ. Add a growth mindset and you are nearly unstoppable!