You are A business leader
Businesses are dying faster than ever as they fail to drive adaptation to an increasingly more complex and volatile set of circumstances. Management is starving for relevant information, much of which is obscured and distorted by antiquated models, methods, rules and tools held over from decades past.
Conventional management practices have tremendous amounts of inertia driven by software, consulting, accounting, and academic experts. Many of these practices trace their origins back to the 1930s and 1950s. Yet the world looks nothing today like it did at that time. Companies must adapt and change, or their very existence is threatened.
What will it take to change this? How to change and drive adaptation? Is there a safe and effective path to transform a company that uses an operating strategy developed in the 1950s and measured by financial accounting principles developed in the 1970s and 1980s, into an agile demand driven enterprise capable of staying ahead of today’s hypercompetitive market?
It all starts with understanding how supply chains really work…