by Max McKeown
The following are extracts from the book "Adaptability" by Max McKeown:
According to Max, Adaptability is the New Strategy. There are two varieties of adaptiveness. One focuses on just coping. The other centers on finding results, victory and happiness.
The book aims to get people to break the limitations that bind us today, and to shape a desired future. With informative rules, Max teaches you how to increase the flexibility of your business to create winning positions. Being adaptive is more important today, than ever before.
The following three simple steps are keys to turning your business around:
Follow these rules to adapt:
Different methods are being adopted in business settings to help improve adaptability - such as "agile development," "scrum," and "lean."
Max McKeown (born in London, October, 1969) is an English writer, consultant, guru and researcher specialising in innovation strategy, leadership and culture. He has written six influential books and conducts research with Warwick Business School (Young, 2008). He is a fellow of the RSA. He served on the Advisory Board for the Rollins Center for eBusiness. He earned his Masters in Business Administration and Ph.D. from the Warwick Business School under the supervision of Professor David Wilson and Professor Sotirios Paroutis, who was in turn supervised by Andrew Pettigrew.
Highlights by David Willden