Eluding Failure, The Catalyst for Change
Our ever-changing global environment requires successful organizations to remain steps ahead of the threats to their viability, if not to their existence. These organizations are powered by leadership willing to move in a different direction from the mainstream—relying on innovation, inspiration and reinvention to evade failure altogether. But, there is great risk involved in deviating off track. When does it make sense for a leader to be a game changer versus playing it safe? How does a leader gauge whether the risk is worth the reward when deviating off course? How does a leader overcome traditional and inherent resistance to organizational change?
Mr. Craig Malloy
Mr. Dave Gardner
Dr. Rodrigo Canales
Lieutenant Colonel John Nagl, USA (Ret.), PhD