Age of Urgency by Ram Jaulus, take a look at the 1st chapter
In a constantly changing world, organizations must reinvent themselves. Existing organizations must reinvent themselves without delay, not in the clichéd sense of the term, but through a profound change in the organizational DNA. Read the first chapter of Ram Jaulus’ book
In the past, we believed that a successful change was based on a plan and a correct preparation, and therefore the organization must prepare in the best possible manner before embarking on it. Today the situation is different than ever, and the rate of change has become the leading engine of the changes themselves. Existing organizations must reinvent themselves without delay, not in the clichéd sense of the term, but through a profound change in the organizational DNA – a change in the fundamental way in which decisions are being made, in the way the organization operates. In a world that changes so quickly, there is no practical possibility of predicting or preparing for the next change in the traditional thinking framework.
With a sharp and clever scalpel, Ram Jaulus dissects in his new book “The Age of Urgency – Organizational Survival in a World of Disruption”, contemporary reality. He identifies the current failures apparent in organizations of every type and size, explains strange phenomena occurring around us at this very moment, and provides fascinating and constructive forecasts for managing an inevitably chaotic future. . The book is a must-read for every manager who tries to navigate the current era.