Riding the Waves of Change: Developing Managerial Competencies for a Turbulent World
Argues that management competency in an increasingly turbulent world consists of adopting a critical new mindset--one that enables managers to develop needed management skills; anticipate and deal effectively with environmental trends; develop a proactive approach to the future; and position their organizations to stay at the leading edge of change.
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The Need for New Competencies and Mindsets
Broadening Competencies and Refraining
Reading the Environment
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