Corporate disruption

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  • The Digital Age has impacted corporate leadership . . .

  • Recent and dynamic forces have forever changed the relationship between executive leadership, employees, and customers.

  • Archaic leadership might lose status and position.

  • New and dynamic individuals are making their mark on international business

  • They often have horizontally-thinking, synergistic personalities

  • Companies are creating employee-based social networks . . .

  • . . . Allowing interaction, commentary, and feedback

  • Consumers are influencing commerce through communicating anything - from product origin to delivery.

  • Leader Lesson #1: Create Value in the Company

  • Leadership Styles: Four Basic Types

  • Offers goals and direction, but little participation.The Commander

  • Lets employees know where the company is headed, but offers little innovation.The Communicator

  • Works with customer and employees to empower and enable.The Collaborator

  • This style is at the heart of network companies where value is shared by the company participants, such as Uber.The Co-Creator

  • ON ALL LEVELSLeader Lesson #2 : Maintain Employee Interaction . . .

  • . . . And across all groups

  • A Newer Model

    Strive to be different . . .

  • 95% of Companies are not ideal networksHave the courage to swim the other way . . .

  • Query them discreetly - right after the new business model has been implemented. This will ensure objective feedback.Customer Surveys:

  • Raise the company consciousness . . .

  • Focus on creating value, not just the bottom line

  • Create an Ideal Vision for the company . . .

  • The Digital Age may be challenging . . .

  • . . . But it could be a rewarding and wonderful experience.