Jim Hart, CEO of culture-shaping firm Senn Delaney, describes cultural agility and why it should be the CEO's top strategy
Creating a culture of agility is possible and should be the CEO’s first strategic priority because it is the culture that enables companies to flex nimbly in any direction and execute any strategy, says Jim Hart, president and CEO of culture-shaping firm Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company. Read related article.
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