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Lukas Michel
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Perfecting the Art of Management
Perfecting the Art of Management

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Great summary of my book on getAbstract!

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Speed, Agility and Resilience to achieve a high return on management

In a global economy where leaders are preoccupied by measuring the return on their investment, this article seeks to measure the ‘return on management’ - the amount of productive energy generated from every member of staff.
Time, attention and energy are scarce resources for any human being and in order to achieve a high return on management, it is wise to carefully invest and focus - but too many leaders and employees struggle with this.

A high return on management requires an operating environment with a deliberate design, a vibrant culture, interactive leadership and supportive systems in order to enable fast decisions, actions with impact and adequate behaviors.

This groundbreaking article draws on years of research to demonstrate how a high return on management, paired with a high organizational ability to act will mean talent is effectively used and organizations will deliver superior results.

Article for download and our blog on research with practical insights on dynamic capabilities, agility and a the managerial ability to act in a volatile era from: http://www.agilityinsights.com/blog

Other articles:
- Dynamic Capabilities
- Managerial Ability to Act
- Why Ability to Act Matters
- The Performance Triangle: Agile Management

Author: Lukas Michel | Founder & CEO | Agility Insights AG | Switzerland & USA

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Why Ability to Act Matters

Most companies use just 67% of the readily available creativity, knowledge and skills of their talent. Simply implementing HR-driven employee engagement activities is no longer sufficient – but most companies have yet to take advantage of the benefits of developing lasting dynamic capabilities to compete in an ever-changing environment.

Game-changing research from Agility Insights unveils the shared characteristics of the organizations have future-proofed themselves, by developing dynamic competencies which will allow them to adapt to change in the economic environment and capture opportunities more readily as they arise; they have simultaneously created a workplace that is attractive to the best talent.

Article for download and our blog on research with practical insights on dynamic capabilities, agility and a the managerial ability to act in a volatile era from: http://www.agilityinsights.com/blog

Other articles:
- Dynamic Capabilities
- Managerial Ability to Act
- The Performance Triangle: Agile Management
- Ability to Act to Achieve a High Return on Management

Author: Lukas Michel | Founder & CEO | Agility Insights AG | Switzerland & USA

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Dynamic Capabilities

For years, business experts and leaders have argued that traditional management requires a fundamental rethink. But leaders continuously fail in their ambition to translate this knowledge into action. The nature of work has transformed in the past 20 years. Knowledge has become the dominant way to work; with technology providing access to information in ways that was unthinkable years ago.

By combining speed, agility, and resilience into the Ability to Act; organizations are able to use the knowledge in their network and simultaneously create the required capabilities to cope with the challenges of a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environment.

Article for download and our blog on research with practical insights on dynamic capabilities, agility and a the managerial ability to act in a volatile era from: http://www.agilityinsights.com/blog

Other articles:
- Managerial Ability to Act
- Why Ability to Act Matters
- The Performance Triangle: Agile Management
- Ability to Act to Achieve a High Return on Management

Author: Lukas Michel | Founder & CEO | Agility Insights AG | Switzerland & USA


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Managerial Ability to Act

Companies have left the stable industrial era in favor of a new, creative economy. This environment calls for an equally progressive shift in the role of management in order to attract, retain, engage and empower the valuable talent in almost every organization. However, this requires something significantly more strategic than a quick fix.
The future of successful business requires enabling managers with dynamic capabilities, which combine with the ability to flex.

The revolutionary - yet straight forward - concept of ‘Managerial Ability to Act’ can be defined as the sensing, decision-making and implementation capacity in organizations: it is a perfect balance of speed and control; agility and stability; plus resilience and renewal.

Article for download and our blog on research with practical insights on dynamic capabilities, agility and a the managerial ability to act in a volatile era from: http://www.agilityinsights.com/blog

Other articles:
- Dynamic Capabilities
- Why Ability to Act Matters
- The Performance Triangle: Agile Management
- Ability to Act to Achieve a High Return on Management

Author: Lukas Michel | Founder & CEO | Agility Insights AG | Switzerland & USA


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Management Design: asking the right questions for a move into the new economy!
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Combining theory and diagnostic to unlock organizational competencies and talent!

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It may initiate the sharing economy for a new way to work with leaders and managers around the world with insights rather then "we know better" consulting... 

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Managing in turbulent times: how organizations unlock the talent of your people for higher creativity, innovation, growth and performance! Our new video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FZjDwvhB2s 

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