I had the pleasure of being a guest on Blogtalkradio’s Tom on Leadership to discuss how leaders can use Chaotics to prepare for and be successful throughout this Age of Turbulence. We had a great discussion on leadership habits for strategic thinking and scenario planning that I wanted to share with you.
You can find the full interview below. I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
On the front page of the Financial Times July 2nd, the lead article was titled Signs of global recovery in data . It stated that any euphoria about the encouraging data is muted by serious concerns that any “recovery” will not be sustained.
Moreover, the positive news was more couched in terms of the global financial crisis ending as opposed to than the global recession ending, particularly in Western markets in the US and North America, the UK and Europe, Japan, Australia, etc.
There will be winners and losers emerging from this Age of Turbulence. Chaotics provides a timely framework for dealing with turmoil and prevailing in the zero-sum contest for survival. Readers will learn that the key is to stay flexible with your strategy, build a resilient organization and hone an ability to act on the early warning signals from the periphery sooner than your rivals.
George Day, Geoffrey T. Boisi Professor of MarketingWharton School, University of Pennsylvania
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