In a Crisis, Leaders are Needed More Than Managers
April 4, 2020
Leading Through a Crisis
March 17, 2020
Why Do We Exist?
February 12, 2020
December 20, 2019
Leading Organisational Change
December 11, 2019
November 21, 2019
October 18, 2019
Leadership Style Assessment - Secret Group
September 4, 2019
How to Achieve More Without Burning Out
Coaching and Mentoring
August 7, 2019
Good tip on Presentations
August 21, 2017
September 14, 2018
Planning and agility are often seen as opposites. However, as a recent HBR article (https://goo.gl/wMpCnD) explains, both are necessary.
Taking the HBR article a bit further, it is really a question of balance, and that balance is dictated by the following factors:
Task - relative importance and complexity, time available, etc.
Team as a whole - capabilities, composition, maturity, etc.
Individuals - development needs, etc.
Wider environment - corporate culture, senior stakeholder interest, etc.
The good leader can flex his/her style and devise processes appropriate to the situation's needs.
Achieving the Task
Belbin Team Roles
Leading in a Crisis