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John P. Kotter is internationally known and widely regarded as the foremost speaker on the topics of Leadership and Change. His is the premier voice on how the best organizations actually achieve successful transformations. The Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership, Emeritus at the Harvard Business School and a graduate of MIT and Harvard, Kotter's vast experience and knowledge on successful change and leadership have been proven time and again. Most recently Kotter was involved in the creation and co-founding of Kotter International, a leadership organization that helps Global 5000 company leaders develop the practical skills and implementation methodologies required to lead change in a complex, large-scale business environment.

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    Building Strategic Agility for a Faster-Moving World | John P. Kotter Building Strategic Agility for a Faster-Moving World | John P. Kotter Presentation Transcript

    • Powered by insights from John P. Kotter
    • This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • John P. Kotter John P. Kotter is internationally known and widely regarded as the foremost speaker on the topics of Leadership and Change. His is the premier voice on how the best organizations actually achieve successful transformations. The Konosuke Matsushita Professor of Leadership, Emeritus at the Harvard Business School and a graduate of MIT and Harvard, Kotter’s vast ex- perience and knowledge on successful change and leadership have been proven time and again. Most recently Kotter was involved in the creation and co-founding of Kotter International, a leadership organization that helps Global 5000 company leaders develop the practical skills and implementation methodologies re- quired to lead change in a complex, large-scale business environment. @KotterIntl
    • 1 When the pace of change is exponential, you can’t deal with it incrementally. your best bet to stay competitive is to reimagine your operating systems.
    • 2 High growth companies will inevitably turn to management driven hierarchies for efficiency and reliability. Still be cautious that they don’t:
    • 2 High growth companies will inevitably turn to management driven hierarchies for efficiency and reliability. Still be cautious that they don’t: Stifle your entrepreneurial culture
    • 2 High growth companies will inevitably turn to management driven hierarchies for efficiency and reliability. Still be cautious that they don’t: and That they don’t add layers of inefficiency
    • 2 High growth companies will inevitably turn to management driven hierarchies for efficiency and reliability. Still be cautious that they don’t: and That they don’t add layers of inefficiency
    • 3 No business is immune to the impact of globalization and technology. Keep your edgeby augmenting your existing management structure with a more nimble, less formal network of change agents who operate with the speed and urgency of a startup.
    • 4 Admired leaders recognize that over time, successful organizations evolve from networks to hierarchies, and along the way pass through a dual operating structure. Embrace it.
    • 5 Keep these five operating principles in mind as you accelerate change:
    • 5 Keep these five operating principles in mind as you accelerate change: You’ll need many people driving change
    • 5 Keep these five operating principles in mind as you accelerate change: You have to have a get-to mindset not a have-to mindset
    • 5 Keep these five operating principles in mind as you accelerate change: You’ll need action that is head and heart driven, not just head driven
    • 5 Keep these five operating principles in mind as you accelerate change: You’ll need more leadership than management
    • 5 Keep these five operating principles in mind as you accelerate change: You must commit to a partnership between the hierarchy and the the network
    • 6 You can’t run a $100MM organization with the same disciplines of a $10mm organization. the former is more about leading strategic initiatives to capitalize on big opportunities or dodge big threats.
    • 7 Urgency is the work of leadership. without it,you have no chance of creating a grander business.
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators:
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators: Create a sense of urgency around a big idea
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators: Build and evolve a guiding coalition
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators: Form a strategic vision and initiatives
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators: Enlist a volunteer army
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators: Enable action by removing barriers
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators: Generate short-term wins
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators: Sustain acceleration - celebrate small wins
    • 8 To navigate rapid change within a dual operating structure. Follow these eight accelerators: Institute change - continue to celebrate small wins
    • 9 Leadership isn’t management - it’s winning the hearts and minds of people, with a particular emphasis on the former. “Making shots counts - but, not as much as the people who make them.” - Coach Mike Krzyzewski
    • 10 “Transformation is a process, not an event”
    • Do you manage or initiate change? REALLY REFLECT...
    • Accelerate (XLR8) vividly illustrates the five core principles underlying the new network system, the eight Accelerators that drive it, and how lead- ers must create urgency in others through role modeling. And perhaps most crucial, the book reveals how the best companies focus and align their people’s energy and urgency around what Kotter calls the big opportunity. If you’re a pioneer, a leader who knows that bold change is necessary to survive and thrive in an ever-changing world, this book will help you ac- celerate into a better, more profitable future. Accelerate: Building Strategic Agility for a Faster-Moving World
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