“About Fit for Disruption: How to Transform Your Business and Thrive in Times of Rapid Change:
The world is changing at a rapid rate. It’s throwing up an endless supply of opportunities…and risks. In other words, it is disruptive. How does a business survive, and indeed thrive, in the midst of this disruption?
By embracing the disruption and providing the direction and environment that helps make the most of the opportunities it creates. Leaders can transform their business and thrive in times of rapid change by applying the 3 attributes of the Fit for Disruption model:
1. Be Commercial
Fit for Disruption leaders have a focus on the structure and control of the business. They understand where they are going and why. They build a profitable business model.
2. Create Solutions
Fit for Disruption leaders don’t stand still. They are inquisitive, they want to be better at what they do, and they love to solve problems. They are innovators. And they employ the people who can help them do and be all these things.
3. Effect Change
Fit for Disruption leaders build momentum and energy around a cause. They take an idea and make it happen. They are not pontificators; they focus on action and deeply connect to their people and customers.
When leaders build their business on these 3 attributes, they not only navigate the storms of disruption, but begin to create their own opportunities and become the disruptors of the future.
Targeted Age Group: Adult
Written by: Matthew Webber
Matthew Webber is an expert in commercial, operational and transformational leadership, and founder of Menark Group, a customer-centric operations and strategy consultancy based in Melbourne and Hong Kong.
With over 20 years of commercial experience as a senior leader and consultant, Matthew has transformed businesses within the retail, consumer goods, manufacturing and distribution sectors, across Australia and the broader Asia Pacific region.
Matthew is recognised for his dynamic stakeholder engagement – from boards and executive management teams through to frontline operational staff – having worked with organisations such as Kmart, Woolworths, Target, The Reject Shop and National Foods (now Lion).
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