Leading Changes In Turbulent Times
Source: Boston Consulting Group
You are not alone as a leader. As much as possible, bring in your broader leadership group to understand the challenges, participate in the planning, and cascade the changes throughout the organization. There is power in numbers. The members of a broader team will provide complementary skills and multiply the manpower and brainpower available to tackle critical issues. Senior leaders often worry that difficult pending changes, if leaked, will paralyze the organization, so they opt for secrecy.