Simply measuring how close an organization is to reaching an objective isn’t enough to signal that it’s a priority.
- Rebuilding after a weather event is often harder than the initial response, and business has a big role to play.
- Leaders have a natural desire to put significant issues behind them.
- Clear and simple shared objectives nurture employee energy, ideas, and commitment.
- When talented people from diverse backgrounds fail to rise in a company, there are three powerful solutions: having more inclusive team leaders, more diversity among the top leadership, and better sponsorship practices.
- Retailers are already announcing ambitious holiday hiring goals, with logistics and delivery firms likely to follow.
- To capitalize on the rapid growth in membership, insurers need to rethink the way they design and administer MA plans.
- Leaders can encourage their organizations to construct their own futures by empowering internal iconoclasts and establishing a sense of urgency.
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OEMs, suppliers, and dealers will see their share of industry profits cut to just half, from a current 85% share, by 2030 as the digital auto revolution creates intense competition and squeezes margins. Chief executives will have to make tough choices between becoming “thin specialists” or going broad in the mobility market.