Forbes | Thursday, February 8, 2018
Benjamin Disraeli was right when he said “change is constant,” but what he failed to mention was the rate of change. The speed at which change is now manifesting itself is a real problem for boardrooms across the globe. As organizations struggle to keep up, they often fail to put a structure in place that allows for quick responses to market shifts in an effective and profitable way. Reluctance to change is threatening to become a pandemic that kills off a significant proportion of businesses that are thriving today.