Tag Archives: Adaptability

A Survival Strategy for Extreme Economic Turbulence

Markets are suffering, the world is in a state of high anxiety, supply chains are being disrupted and many companies are already being driven into deep losses. In short, we are in a period of extreme market turbulence. So, how do we lead our organisations through the crisis? Fortunately, the world does have plenty of […]

Organisational Resilience in the Face of Uncertainty

If you are concerned that your organisation might prove to be “fragile” in the face of sudden shifts in markets, financing or customer behaviour – then you are not alone. An uncertain world We live in a world where geopolitical tensions are a fact of life, where trade tensions are actually unresolved, where natural disasters […]

Making the Most of a Restructure

  With anaemic growth, high competitive intensity, and deep uncertainty, organisational restructures seem to be the order of the day. Yet they are notoriously difficult to effectively conceptualise and execute.   However, if you are seriously considering restructuring, then it is essential to understand how to make the most of the risk being taken. This […]

Workforce of the Future: A presentation by Roger Perry

Our Managing Director, Roger Perry, recently presented at events in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. The topic of discussion was the ‘workforce of the future’. They were attended by industry executives and managers, each sharing their perspectives on preparing for, and developing their future workforce. We also heard from contemporary leaders who are well advanced in […]

Purpose and adaptability: The keys to organisational resilience

Purpose and adaptability: The keys to organisational resilience Find out how to develop organisational resilience, and why it’s vital for companies to survive in the long term. By Roger Perry Purpose At the end of World War II Viktor Frankl, a brilliant ex-Auschwitz inmate, wrote Man’s Search for Meaning. The book demonstrated that purpose was a key […]