Designing Transformation for Hyper-Performance and Resilient Organizations

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The majority of global problems and organizational challenges are byproducts of poor human attitude and behavior. Inability to master rapid changes often leads to managerial inefficiently and inadequate business performance. Now, the corporate management can benefit from a practical three-step methodology when dealing with human behavior and related attitudinal change. It includes the typology of change, the vectoral model, and the transformation design framework containing eight practical tools. The novel methodology unifies knowledge about designing effective startegies for business acceleration across continents. It explains how disruptive innovations can go beyond limitations of traditional organizational designs and outdated motivational tools. If interested to learn more, frequent updates are accessible on the website transforms.me.

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