Dan Matthews examines the proposition that it is time to drop the business plan and get “adaptive”
Increased innovation, connectivity and pace of change in every industry means most forward-thinking business leaders have now accepted that to be ‘agile’ no longer simply means being responsive to change. Yet 62 per cent of top executives say it is almost impossible to get support to develop and test new ideas. This report explores how cloud technology, the internet of things, big data and social media are helping organisations adopt agile behaviours, build flexible corporate cultures and become agile leaders in order to surpass business objectives.
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What makes a successful leader who is able to adapt quickly and take a company to the top? Gabriella Griffith finds out
Mark Pearson (pictured) was the coupon king who went from working as a chef in Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen to becoming a millionaire tech wunderkind with MyVoucherCodes.co.uk before his 30th birthday.
The agile business involves staff at every level of strategy and planning, but must act without delay, writes Nic Fildes