Accounting professionals are the best prepared to understand, chart a path and drive radical change because of their intimate understanding of holistic cause and effect in a business context. In this session participants will be introduced to models, tools and new ways of thinking that complement and amplify their current skill and mindset to help them drive radical change within their organisation.
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In a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous VUCA economy, the only course of action that will sustain profitable growth is radical change.
Radical change starts with learning to 'see' and eventually 'sense' the world of business and it's myriad challenges in an upside down inside out way. Driving radical change does not start with new beginnings, the priority and sequencing starts with endings - letting go of the strategy, plans, accountability routines and expectations that are no longer relevant in VUCA.
Rational 'objective' logic must be complemented by a working understanding of complex 'subjective' logic. Accountability routines must allow individuals the objective and subjective feedback they need to unlearn what no longer works in VUCA, relearn what works now, in order to learn to successfully extrapolate into an unknowable future.
Accounting professionals are the best prepared to understand, chart a path and drive radical change because of their intimate understanding of holistic cause and effect in a business context.
Radical change in response to a VUCA economy
Objective logic vs subjective logic
This is an online, audio course; it is also available as part of the CGMA Essentials. You will have 12 months from date of purchase to access this course, making it easy to fit around your work and personal commitments.
All learning resources available in the CGMA Store qualify for CPD for CIMA members.
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