Friday, 23 December 2016

Moving from hierarchies to devolved decision-making

We tend to consider the military in terms of hierarchies.

However, in modern warfare, it is probably more useful to consider devolved decision-making, where those who are doing the job are well prepared to make decisions that fit with the broader strategic goals of the organisation.  

On the fly. As it happens. For that, you need a different approach to strategic planning, thinking and training.

University of Queensland School of Business lecturer in innovation, Tim Kastelle, talks about why that is.


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