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- Mike Kaufman
We are about Confronting the Moment. We are recognized experts in engineering rapid alignment and prioritized action plans at critical times. Leaders use our formula to quickly achieve the alignment they need for critical but complex decisions. Our systems-thinking formula and approach engineers a co-created action plan that global companies use to make big strategic moves much faster than they imagined possible.
Why do 70% of large transformation projects effectively fail? Fail to achieve their objectives on time and on budget? Is large transformational efforts simply impossible to do well? No. The key to success lies in the approach and putting the key emphasis on true durable alignment within your leadership team, within your strategic vision, and within the owners of the execution of the plan.
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Business leaders are questioning the future of work. Both the immediate future, which includes getting people back to the workplace safely, and the medium and longer-term future as were-imagine work in general. Ordinarily, companies would have figured these things out over the course of months or years, as we slowly-and-steadily made the transition to new models of work.
But these aren’t ordinary times, and we just accelerated through 2-3 years’ worth of change. Suddenly the medium and longer-term future of work is here.
This isn’t a back-burner question any longer. You can’t deny or wish away the fact that the nature of work has changed radically and permanently over the last few months; complex challenges like this one don’t just untangle themselves.
“I don’t believe we’re going back to a place where you’re expected to be in the office from 8 to 4 or 9 to 5... The really exciting thing might be that instead of seeing salaried work as a way to get a certain number of hours out of people, we have this grand realization that people are paid to get important work done, and it takes whatever time is necessary.”
“Demand for commercial office space will dramatically decline for a while, if not permanently, with more and more people working from home. While we’ve seen that virtual can work, I still believe that face-to-face meetings are best suited for networking and that they’re not completely going away.”
“The issue people are seeing now is that we’re going to have to figure out how to create culture virtually. We’ve always done that face-to-face”
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