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Clarity is Key

As Bob Johansen, distinguished fellow at the Institute of the Future, put it during a conference Friday, “the next 10 years will be the most turbulent of any of our lifetimes.”
In order to help their organizations continue innovating while preparing for these changes, leaders must display “great clarity about where you’re going [along with] great flexibility about how you get there,” he said.
How clear and aligned is your organization? We use the Denison Culture Assessment to measure clarity and alignment and then create action plans to increase it. If you are not getting clear you may get caught in the chaos!
 

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