Few leaders would dispute that, if businesses are to withstand disruption, it is imperative to harness innovation and agility. The events of 2020 have certainly demonstrated this with the organisations that adapted at a speed previously unthought of surviving or thriving at the expense of those who paused.
The disruption prompted different approaches to both leading and running a business. Merryck Mentor, Peter Hutchinson, found that many leaders were pleasantly surprised at how well their teams responded and adapted – “The crisis pulled people together. It led to a lot of multi-level team working and a significant move to non-hierarchical activity. People have now seen that this can deliver remarkable results fast.”Read More