The Organisation of the 2020s – an Agile Future

At the time of writing (June 2020), we’re in the midst of unprecedented turbulence and change. The Covid pandemic has required every organization to explore reinventing aspects of themselves in order to operate and survive.

Change has accelerated in the face of uncertainty and unpredictability, requiring rapid, short term adaptations during and post-lockdown. Longer-term reimagining of how business is done is also needed now – a challenge to do alongside the demands of managing and supporting people as they struggle to deal with uncertainty.

In our latest Mezzana Thought Leadership article, we suggest that we fundamentally need to rethink not just what we do and how we do it, but our whole organisational design and culture.

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