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Industrial era leadership was straightforward. Build a factory around an idea and continuously refine the model by minimising failure and improving efficiency. The problem is today that no amount of process refinement will offset the macro-environmental forces that are increasingly bearing down on the organisation.

This requires a new type of leader. One that is comfortable with ambiguity and increasing uncertainty. Post-industrial era leaders know that innovation trumps process and they recognise that failure is a critical part of the new model.

Sample subthemes to explore include:

  • Why the factory model is no longer fit for purpose.
  • What are the forces that have given rise to this challenge.
  • How leaders must adapt to be effective.
  • How organisations in turn need to adapt.
  • How to develop a more innovative culture.

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