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The Anti-Fragile Business
The term “antifragile” was coined by Nassim Nicholas Taleb and documented in his book AntiFragile: Things That Gain From Disorder. There are really three different concepts framing the matter: Fragile, resilient, and anti-fragile.
For quite some time now we operate our businesses in a VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity) environment which makes traditional strategic planning difficult at best and taxes leadership on every hierarchical level of an organization to its limit. This webinar will address several aspects within the context at hand:
1. What is an anti-fragile business?
2. What is the importance of strategy and strategic planning in this context?
3. What role does leadership effectiveness play?
4. How to get on the way towards building an anti-fragile business?
After all, an organization that is antifragile thrives on randomness, disorder, or situations where there is incomplete information. Antifragility prepares organizations to overcome “Black Swan” problems, which are challenges we are unable to predict but can have severe consequences.
Who Should Attend:
Date: Wednesday, January 27
Time: 12:00pm - 12:50pm EDT
Location: Zoom Virtual Webinar
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About the Presenter
Manfred Gollent is a certified business coach and founder of QLI International. He is also a senior associate and executive coach for the Center for Corporate and Professional Development at Furman University. QLI provides leadership, organizational and management consulting services since 2006.
Prior to founding QLI, Mr. Gollent has been a turn-around executive in a Fortune 500 company with global operations. In the corporate world, he led the rebuilding of underperforming subsidiaries in the United States, Europe, and Asia by developing their leadership team and organization, restructuring their market portfolio, operations and efficiency to improve results toward meeting investor’s expectations.
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