Adaptive Capacity: How Organizations Can Thrive in a Changing World

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9780985286484: Adaptive Capacity: How Organizations Can Thrive in a Changing World

In today s business world, change of many kinds technological, economic, social, and environmental is outpacing the ability of organizations to predict it and manage it. As a result, the single most important capacity any company can develop is the power to adapt to change, and to do so rapidly, intelligently, and effectively. In Adaptive Capacity: How Organizations Can Thrive in a Changing World, Juan Carlos Eichholz business consultant and acclaimed professor offers a compelling analysis of the adaptive challenge. Through vivid examples involving organizations ranging from HP and Google to Telefonica and the US Marines, Eichholz provides a set of practical tools and ideas any leader can begin using immediately to succeed in a changing world.

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About the Author:

Juan Carlos Eichholz is the founder and principal of CLA Consulting, which was born out of Cambridge Leadership Associates (CLA) to work with private companies and public and nonprofit institutions, to create purposeful and adaptive change. He is also a professor at the Business School of Adolfo Ibanez University and the founding director of the Adaptive Leadership Center, which brings together international professors and practitioners commited to helping others tackle their toughest challenges. In 2006, Eichholz was appointed a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum. As an expert in leadership and organizational change, he is a frequent speaker in congresses and conferences, and has consulted with companies such as Oracle, Procter & Gamble, Verizon, L'Oreal, Nutreco, AON, BHO Billiton, Ernst & Young, and Walmart. Eichholz studied law at Universidad Catolica de Chile and holds a master's degree in public policy from Harvard University.

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Adaptive Capacity is the Holy Grail for all organizations and societies that seek to thrive in a changing and challenging world. And this book points the way. It gives us all a new foundation, not only to lead organizations to achieve short-term adaptive success, but much more significantly, to meet the torrent of adaptive dangers and opportunities we face today and into the future. Positive and hopeful, it is a profoundly insightful book and a wonderful read.
- Ronald Heifetz, Founding Director, Center for Public Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School

Change happens. Everyone knows and experiences the onslaught of change. Eichholz s insights in Adaptive Capacity enable leaders to ask and answer the right questions that surmount change. The frameworks and tools around purpose, strategy, structure, culture, and talent are well conceived and practical. This is a well written, timely, and superb book.

--Dave Ulrich, Rensis Likert Professor, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan

This book lays out the paradigm, purpose and practice of adaptive leadership the what, why and how in a concise, cut-to-the-chase format, interspersing stories that illustrate the principles in clear and compelling ways. The second part of the book, my favorite, is a guide to the practice of building adaptive capacity. Adaptive Capacity is an excellent, helpful addition to the adaptive leadership literature.
- Alma G. Blount, Director, Hart Leadership Program, Duke University

--Alma G. Blount, Director, Hart Leadership Program, Duke University

If you care about the long term sustainability of your organization, you must read this book. Juan Carlos Eichholz sets out a thoughtful yet combined with his observations offer practical framework for all forward-looking business leaders. It will both inspire and empower the most courageously curious 21st Century leaders. The detailed case studies the tools to remain both adaptive and relevant to the ever-changing world around us. I commend it to you, your business will be stronger as a result.
- Katherine Garrett-Cox CBE, CEO, Alliance Trust, United Kingdom

This book is mandatory reading for any organization that wants to learn to adapt to a world of increasing changes.

--- Enrique Cueto, CEO, Latam Airlines

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