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New Survival Strategies

In today's tidal wave of global economic, technological, and social change, the name of the game for you and your organization is survival.

If you are going to withstand relentless and constantly growing global competition, you need to be different and radically change the way of doing business. You have to give up the old hierarchical, adversarial approach which wastes individual talents and saps energy in unproductive conflict.

Instead you need to create a new management model, switch from management to leadership, manage change, build trust, drive out fear of failure and create productive partnerships in which everyone can offer their unique knowledge and talents. If you know how to help your organization to do this, you can make a decisive difference.

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Today's World Realities

The magnitude of today's environmental, competitive, and global market change is unprecedented, says Christopher Meyer, the author of Relentless Growth.

It's a very interesting and exciting world, but it's also volatile and chaotic:

  • Volatility describes the economy's rate of change: extremely fast, with explosive upsurges and sudden downturns.

  • Chaos describes the direction of the economy's changes: we're not sure exactly where we're headed, but we are swinging between the various alternatives at a very high speed.


To cope with an unpredictable world you must build an enormous amount of flexibility into your organization. While you cannot predict the future, you can get a handle on trends, which is a way to take advantage of change and convert risks into opportunities >>>