“Stability is risky,” Columbia Business School’s Rita McGrath told us. “By the time you need change management it's almost too late. You want to be in continual motion. There are some things you want to keep stable as an organization. You want stability in values, you want stability in leadership, you want stability in your core reason for being. And I actually found firms that were capable of super success in this very dynamic environment combined stability with motion. So they had a lot of stability in things like values and talent and networks . . .
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