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Who Wins in a Digital World?: Strategies to Make Your Organization Fit for the Future
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MIT Sloan Management Review Paul Michelman (Editor-in-Chief, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
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Who Wins in a Digital World?: Strategies to Make Your Organization Fit for the Future

MIT Sloan Management Review Paul Michelman (Editor-in-Chief, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)


9780262536745

MIT Press


Management & management techniques;
Organisational theory & behaviour;
Enterprise software


Paperback

200 pages

$54.99
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How organizations can adapt to a constantly changing business environment by being flexible but focused, embracing change, and moving fast.

In the new digital world, the unknowns are never-ending. Our ability to embrace the demands of change has become a prerequisite for success. It's not easy. We don't work the way we did last year. Next year, it will all change again. If an organization doesn't embrace the realities of change, it will be under siege from those that do. Who Wins in a Digital World explains how organizations can adapt to a constantly changing business environment by being flexible but focused, embracing change in all its messiness, and moving fast.

In articles that originally appeared in MIT Sloan Management Review, experts from business and academia discuss digital adaptability, explaining how both organizations and individuals need the ability to excel in what their roles will become as technology and their competitive ecosystem evolve. They highlight strategies and mindsets that can foster change, including boldness in the face of digitization, a focus on collaboration, and an artificial intelligence game plan. And they explore the need for speed, with one contributor declaring: Implement first, ask questions later (or not at all).

Once an organization accepts the fact that technological change is ongoing and inevitable, it becomes more about opportunity and less about challenge. This book shows that change can be stimulating, exhilarating, and something to be welcomed.

Contributors Stephen J. Andriole, Jacques Bughin, Thomas H. Davenport, Nathan Furr, Lynn J. Good, David Kiron, Edward E. Lawler III, Vikram Mahidhar, Paul Michelman, Jeanne Ross, Paul J. H. Schoemaker, Andrew Shipilov, Charles Sull, Donald Sull, Philip E. Tetlock, Stefano Turconi, Nicolas van Zeebroeck, Peter Weill, Thomas Williams, Stephanie L. Woerner, Christopher G. Worley, James Yoder

By:   MIT Sloan Management Review
Series edited by:   Paul Michelman (Editor-in-Chief Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Imprint:   MIT Press
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 137mm,  Spine: 13mm
ISBN:   9780262536745
ISBN 10:   0262536749
Series:   Digital Future of Management
Pages:   200
Publication Date:   February 2019
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified


This wide variety of perspectives makes this book suitable for all managers who find themselves leading or building teams that must compete in the digital world. -Choice

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