Over the years, Harvard Business Review South Asia has given you exclusive access to some of the best management experts on the planet. As part of this endeavor, we now present a continuing series of at least 4 Power Packed Webinars with Global Thought Leaders every year.
Webinar Overview
"Accelerate Building Strategic Agility for a Faster Moving World."

Prof. John P. Kotter offers a detailed explanation of his award-winning idea on a new "dual operating system" that allows organizations to move at the pace of change while providing the necessary structures to help it run successfully. Torn between staying ahead of the competition, constantly innovating and still delivering this year's results, today's leaders need help in the face of competing demands. In this webinar, which expands on Kotter's McKinsey Award-winning article in the Harvard Business Review (November 2012), Kotter describes this "dual operating system" - network and hierarchy - including how it works and how to build it. The idea stems from the author's experience in the field helping numerous organizations (public and private) build dual operating systems in recent years. Kotter predicts that such systems are the key to long-term success in the 21st century for shareholders, customers, employees and companies themselves. Accelerate will help organizations keep up with an ever-more-turbulent world, responding to threats and capturing opportunities for true strategic agility.
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Rohit Chauhan
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Regarded by many as the authority on leadership and change, Dr. John P. Kotter is a New York Times best-selling author, award winning business and management thought leader, business entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, and Harvard Professor. His ideas and books, as well as his company, Kotter International, have helped mobilize people around the world to better lead organizations and their own lives, in an era of increasingly rapid change.

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