In May, our CEO, Raúl Molteni, participated as the President-Elect in the first general meeting of the International Academy for Quality (IAQ) in 2023, in Philadelphia, United States. Professionals and executives related to excellence, sustainability, quality, human resources, and marketing gathered to share nearly two days of work. Among them were vice presidents and directors […]
Successful companies such as Netflix or Amazon have shown that being an agile organization pays off. But how to maintain agility when a disruption like COVID-19 arises? And how to build an Agile mindset on leaders to make them the main drivers of a change that is necessary to deal with the crisis?
COVID-19 has had a strong impact on organizations. The employee experience has made a 180-degree turn, with employees having to deal with new remote work practices, job uncertainty, and personal emotions. If we don’t want the change to smash us, we need to act now. Below, three changes of attitude I propose to face the crisis.
2020 has been a year of major changes in organizations. Some of them have simply helped us survive but others, more significant, will remain. I would like to pass on to you 10 lessons I learned, and which I believe should mark the way for the next cycle.