Next up on the Human Intelligence series:
Moore’s Law observes that the overall capability and speed of computers doubles every two years. This rapid increase in the effectiveness of technology is transforming virtually every industry.
Large-scale change can be intimidating. But by demonstrating strong leadership, you can help your company and colleagues navigate these transitionary periods with excitement instead of fear.
As James Waddell puts it, ride the wave instead of being sucked under by it. The exponential growth of technology is presenting new ways to connect with clients and peers, which facilitates a better understanding of their behavior. Technology is altering how we conduct business, but it also presents new opportunities.
From senior management down to the newest hire, everyone can drive positive change in their organization. James offers tips on using your soft skills to effect that change.
He goes on to discuss why listening is one of the most important leadership skills, and offers insight into how even the most future-phobic employees can be taught to embrace change.
James M. Waddell, MBA, CIA
Corporate Controller, Bose Corporation
Kristine Lemanski, CPA, CGMA
Controllers Committee Member