The Agility Shift: Creating Agile and Effective Leaders, Teams and Organizations

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Every day the business headlines announce the decline of yet another well-known brand or industry that is in rapid decline because it failed to make the agility shift soon enough. Make no mistake, whether you are solo entrepreneur, small business or leading a large organization, you are at risk of becoming irrelevant in the marketplace if you do not develop the essential competencies and capacity to become aware of, assess and take action in the midst of your changing world.

The Agility Shift: Creating Agile and Effective Leaders, Teams and Organizations shows business leaders how to make the radical mindset and strategy shift necessary to create an agile, entrepreneurial organization that can innovate and thrive in complex, ever-changing contexts.

As author Pamela Meyer explains, there is much more involved than a reconfiguration of the org chart and job descriptions. It requires relinquishing the illusion of control at the very foundation of most management training and business practice. Despite most leader’s approaches, “Agility is not simply accelerated planning.”

Not only will you learn how organizations are thriving in the midst of uncertainty and change through inspiring examples, you will discover ideas you can use right away to start making your own agility shift.

In addition, you will discover:

  • The six dynamics of the agility shift to boost performance and engagement
  • How to improve your capacity to respond to the unexpected and unplanned using available resources
  • Specific agility practices for leaders, teams and your entire organization
  • How becoming more agile will improve your bottom line and sustain your success

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Advance Praise for The Agility Shift

“Pamela Meyer’s new book The Agility Shift: Creating Agile and Effective Leaders, Teams and Organizations is a must-read.  She brings a unique combination of personal and professional experience and her practical approach and tools can help leaders, individuals, teams, and organizations make the shift to being more responsive, innovative and agile.  I highly recommend this book!”

—Ann Manikas, VP of Human Resources and Inclusion, United Way of Metropolitan Chicago

“Business is changing at a rapid pace today as has never been seen before. The Agility Shift offers an insightful view of understanding changing contexts, taking necessary action and building an ecosystem that makes positive shift happen. Brilliant yet simple, The Agility Shift is a must read for all professionals and will serve as a useful practical guide in today’s constantly changing business environment.”

—Rohit Manchanda, Trade & Investment Commissioner – India, New South Wales Government, Mumbai

“Pamela Meyer has done it again.  This book is a tour de force for leaders at every level who must develop a capacity to experiment, adapt, and learn amidst a turbulent VUCA environment.  She offers insight that ranges from neurobiology to relational webs; stories that range from leaders of Lutheran church to UPS managers; the challenges that range from recruiting agile leaders to creating cultures that nurture them.  Covering a wide terrain at such a deep level, this is an important book that deserves a wide readership.”

—Frank J. Barrett, author of Yes to the Mess:  Surprising Leadership Lessons from Jazz.  Harvard Business School Press, 2012

“Meyer provides a powerful framework and accompanying practical suggestions,  based on  proven improvisational  techniques,  as a guide to help you   immediately start creating an effective culture of agile leaders and  teams.”

—DeBorah Lenchard, Director of Education & Talent Development, Spot Trading LLC


 

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