Companies that use disruption as an opportunity for innovation emerge from it stronger, while companies that merely attempt to 'weather the storm' until things go back to normal miss an opportunity to thrive.
Transformation is not a project or a destination, but a continuous process of adapting to a volatile and uncertain environment. But where does a financial institution begin?
On this episode, we are joined for a second time by Jerry Kane from Boston College. Jerry is one of the 4 authors of the upcoming book, "The Transformation Myth: Leading Your Organization through Uncertain Times". We discuss the research and interviews done for the book, which offers a framework for understanding disruption and tools for navigating it.
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