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The New Leadership Playbook for the Digital Age

Executives around the world are out of touch with what it will take to win, and to lead, in the digital economy. Digitalization, upstart competitors, the need for breakneck speed and agility, and an increasingly diverse and demanding workforce require more from leaders than what most can offer.

Although a significant segment of the current generation of leaders might be out of touch, they still have control - over strategic decisions, who gets hired and promoted, and the culture of their organizations - but not for long. The need for change is urgent, and time is running out for leaders who are holding on to old ways of working and leading.

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