The Adaptive Organization Stanford Executive Brief with Richard Roi, Ed.D. & Todd Pierce
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- The values of highly adaptive/highly profitable companies.
- Why the companies with the strongest culture have the most difficulty with change.
- Why, even in IT departments, managing people is more important than managing technology.
In most large companies these days, you'll find five to ten change initiatives underway at any one time. Yet more than half of these efforts will fail. Forward-thinking leaders often start a worthwhile project but then neglect to follow it through to the end of its lifecycle, where it gets lost at the operational level as it competes with other priorities. Richard Roi and Todd Pierce explain how to build an adaptive organization from the bottom up, gaining commitment from each employee as an individual and as a member of the team.
Richard Roi has a Doctorate of Education in organization and leadership from the University of San Francisco, where he serves as a graduate faculty member.
Todd Pierce holds a Master of Arts in health policy and administration from the University of California, Berkeley.