7. Resetting Management by Stéphane JG Girod and Martin Králik (Kogan Page)
Management has never been plain sailing, and in every era, CEOs have always faced a new set of challenges. However, the pandemic has highlighted that ignoring uncertainty is no longer an option for organisations, and while we have seen some firms seemingly seized with paralysis, others have adapted in a way that allowed them not only ride it out, but also prepare for new growth.
So what has been the secret of success during the period of unprecedented uncertainty? In this book, IMD professor Stéphane J.G. Girod and research associate Martin Králik set out a compelling case for why business agility has been the difference.
Resetting Management shows how CEOs can learn from the pandemic and enable their organisations to respond to disruption better. However, rather than advocating a formulaic approach to agile methods, they outline the paths to help you develop the right type of agility for your company’s unique circumstances, whether that is bringing teams back together in an office or fully embracing remote work.