October 11th 2019
Lane4 – Disruptive thinking for a disruptive world
Disruption isn’t just tomorrow’s challenge. We need to be able to think disruptively and respond to a rapidly changing business environment, today.
Lane4’s latest research shows that the context of business has shifted significantly and what worked in the past for leaders and organisations no longer does. In order to successfully navigate their businesses through an uncertain future, senior leaders need to think and act differently.
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