our institutions are up against new challenges: a rapidly accelerating pace of
change, hyper-competition, the commoditization of knowledge, and
ever-escalating demands for social accountability," says Gary Hamel,
author of What
Matters Now: How to Win in a World of Relentless Change, Ferocious Competition,
and Unstoppable Innovation (2012). However, our institutions aren't
wired for change. Instead they're wired to be disciplined and efficient, something
that comes from "routinizing the non-routine." Adapting to change
means organizations must give up outdated routines and "future-proof"
themselves for change.
Here are more of Hamel's ideas: