Video descriptionThe majority of the CEOs said they expected even greater complexity ahead, fewer than half believed their organizations were equipped to manage it. How do these leaders ensure that their organizations not only survive, but thrive in this increasingly uncertain economic environment? How can CEOs embrace ambiguity, take risks that disrupt legacy business models, and lead organizations into the future? This interactive webinar explores the survey's findings on the challenges now facing CEOs and the way leaders and their organizations can stand out in a complex world. Learn what leadership characteristics are necessary to deal with uncertainty, the implications on your operations and how your customers will drive your future success.
Table of contents
- Seizing the Upside of Complexity 00:46:23
- Title: Seizing the Upside of Complexity
- Release date: June 2010
- Publisher(s): Harvard Business Review
- ISBN: None
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