Tag Archives: Performance Culture

Locking in the Agility Lessons from COVID-19

Many of our organisations are reporting a strange but welcome side effect of an otherwise horrific crisis – that we have been able to respond with surprising agility. Decision timelines have shortened, work habits have changed and technology usage has increased (or modified). Indeed, generally, people have been willing to be more adaptive and/or responsive. […]

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 your business resilient to economic fluctuations

‘The Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows the economy grew by 2.3 per cent over the year and 0.2 per cent in the December quarter – below market expectations and well short of Reserve Bank forecasts of 0.6 per cent (1). ‘Business conditions suffered their biggest monthly fall since the global financial crisis over December […]

Leadership disciplines create performance culture

Combining tight and loose styles of leadership can be key to driving higher performance By Roger Perry History is peppered with examples of small forces defeating larger ones. Venice, for example, managed to dominate trade in the Mediterranean Sea for more than 500 years, in spite of its relatively small population. And time and again, […]