For those leaders who view agile management as a list of practices, it won’t work during turbulent times. Only if you understand its underlying principles and values will it help you ride that uncertainty. In this insightful article for MIT Sloan Management Review, Harvard business administration professor Linda A. Hill describes how agile leaders thrive in an environment of ambiguity.
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Linda A. Hill teaches business administration at Harvard Business School and serves as faculty chair of Harvard Business School’s Leadership Initiative.
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