Rita Gunther McGrath
Rita Gunther McGrath is an American strategic management scholar and professor of management at the Columbia Business School. She is known for her work on strategy, innovation, and entrepreneurship, including the development of discovery-driven planning.
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A renowned business futurist shows leaders how their companies can adapt, survive, and thrive in times of radical disruption caused by the convergence of economic, technological, and social change.Today's businesses are sailing in stormy waters--financial crises, pandemics, social chaos, trade wars, AI--with the waves getting bigger every day. In t...
In this great book, future #FridayFiresideChat guest Jonathan Brill takes you inside his time tested approaches to anticipating the outcomes of sudden systemic change and guides you as to what to do about it. Learn more: – source
Rita Gunther McGrath2021-08-17T20:35:51.000Z
A timely and hands-on resource informed by lessons learned from Fortune 500 CEOs and executivesLeading at a Distance provides executives with the necessary skills to successfully lead in the new virtual workplace, backed by the research and expertise of global leadership firm Spencer Stuart. Although working remotely is not new, the global pandemic...
In this timely book, @Jamescitrin describes how leaders need to be more proactive in considering how they lead when everyone they need to inspire and guide is not underfoot. A valuable read! – source
Rita Gunther McGrath2021-05-26T14:38:56.000Z
A humorous yet practical five-step guide to ridding ourselves—and our companies—of the bureaucratic bottlenecks and red tape that plague every office You try to reserve a conference room for a crucial client meeting via your company’s new-and-improved computer service, only to find that every conference room is booked–seemingly forever. Your wee...
Delighted that last weeks' Friday Fireside Chat guest, @MartinLindstrom, has landed on The @WSJ best-seller list with his delightful book "The Ministry of Common Sense". – source
Rita Gunther McGrath2021-02-03T18:29:03.000Z
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