IBM Study: Companies Can’t Handle Growing Complexity – Here’s How!


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An IBM Global CEO Study found that less than 50% felt their organization were prepared to handle a volatile and increasing complex business environment.

This is not surprising since most corporation as still operating on a 20th century command/control business model that focus on internal efficiency not adaptability to rapidly changing external forces and dynamics.

In the upcoming Social Business Executive Summit, I will describe a framework that will dramatically increase organizational adaptive potential. My talk

Social Business Strategies for Adapting to the New Normal in Business

is in the opening session on May 25th.

There are 9 other speakers who will also shed light on the challenges. This is a free online event sponsored by CustomerThink.

Click to register.

John Todor
John I. Todor, Ph.D. is the Managing Partner of the MindShift Innovation, a firm that helps executives confront the volatility and complexity of the marketplace. We engage executives in a process that tackles two critical challenges: envisioning new possibilities for creating and delivering value to customers and, fostering employee engagement in the innovation and alignment of business practices to deliver on the new possibilities. Follow me on Twitter @johntodor


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