Businesses are transforming, the nature of work is changing, and workforce values are evolving. And that was before the COVID-19 pandemic upended everything.
Amid this perfect storm of digital and cultural changes, leaders must set a tone of agility as well as experimentation if they want their organization and employees to succeed, according to MIT Sloan senior lecturer
A pandemic won’t be the last macro change to influence the economy, yet a global survey of more than 4,000 business executives revealed most aren’t confident that their leaders are ready to weather the next disruption, much less evolve for digital business. Only 9% of survey respondents felt their leaders had sufficient skills to be able to lead in the digital economy.
“It’s coming to the challenge with a sense of…