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Competing in the New World of Work: How Radical Adaptability Separates the Best from the Rest Kindle Edition
A Wall Street Journal bestseller
The #1 New York Times bestselling author on how to use radical adaptability to win in a world of unprecedented change.
You've shed antiquated systems and processes. You went all-in on digital. Your teams settled into new, often better, ways of doing things. But did your organization change enough to stay competitive in the post-pandemic world? Did you fully leverage the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to leap forward and grow stronger? Are you shaping the new environment to your advantage?
If not, it's not too late to learn from the best.
New York Times #1 bestselling author Keith Ferrazzi, along with coauthors Kian Gohar and Noel Weyrich, shows leaders how to shape their organizations and practices to remain competitive in a new, post-pandemic context. Based on an ambitious global research initiative involving thousands of executives, innovators, and changemakers who redefined their strategies, business models, organizational systems, and even their cultures, Competing in the New World of Work:
- Offers a bold new vision for the organization of the future
- Reveals the workplace innovations that emerged during the pandemic
- Defines the new model of leadership—radical adaptability—for sustaining continuous change throughout the coming years of opportunity and transformation
Competing in the New World of Work is both your inspiration and your road map to embracing new realities, motivating talent, and winning bold frontiers.
From the Publisher
Advance Praise for Competing in the New World of Work:
"Every new era opens with its crystallizing crisis. World War II accelerated aviation by twenty years, sparking the jet age that transformed travel. The pandemic accelerated the transformation of work. Ferrazzi has written the bible on the fluid adaptability that organizations now need to survive and thrive." — Scott Cook, cofounder, Intuit
"Ferrazzi and his team have delivered a timely and powerful guide to help readers navigate and thrive in this unprecedented period of opportunity." — Tami Erwin, CEO, Verizon Business
"Competing in the New World of Work provides compelling, research-based methods for how to make your organization radically adaptable to a future that's coming at you faster than you think." — Jack Canfield, founder, Transformational Leadership Council; coauthor, The Success Principles
"A new world and new way of working are here. Ferrazzi, Gohar, and Weyrich deliver an excellent blueprint for success that we, as leaders across industries, will find beneficial as we continue to manage change in an ever-evolving, agile world." — CeCe Morken, CEO, Headspace Inc.
"Competing in the New World of Work coaches you on how to collaborate, retain talent, see around corners, and thrive in an age of disruption. Don't go back to the old rules of work—read this book and go forward!" — Peter H. Diamandis, founder and Executive Chairman, XPRIZE and Singularity University; New York Times bestselling author, Abundance, Bold, and The Future Is Faster Than You Think
"Unsurprisingly, Ferrazzi has done it again! His new book teaches you how to develop the leadership competencies necessary to help you and your team 'radically adapt' for this new post-pandemic, hybrid world." — Mindy Grossman, President and CEO, WW International
"In a turbulent world, you have three options. You can resist change and become obsolete, react to change and struggle to survive, or anticipate change and adapt in advance. This is a hands-on guide for choosing the third path." — Adam Grant, #1 New York Times bestselling author, Think Again; host, TED podcast WorkLife with Adam Grant--This text refers to the hardcover edition.
About the Author
Keith Ferrazzi is the founder and chairman of Ferrazzi Greenlight, a management consulting and coaching company that works to transform many of the largest organizations and governments in the world. For decades, Ferrazzi has been a leader in the discussion about the future of work. He is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fortune, Fast Company, and the Wall Street Journal and is the New York Times #1 bestselling author of Never Eat Alone, Who's Got Your Back, and Leading Without Authority.
Kian Gohar inspires the world's leading organizations to harness innovation and "moon shots" to solve complex problems. A former executive director of the XPRIZE Foundation and Singularity University, Kian has coached the leadership teams of dozens of Fortune 500 companies. He is a sought-after public speaker on innovation and has been featured on CNBC, NPR, and Axios.
Noel Weyrich has coauthored and edited more than twenty business leadership books and personal memoirs. He divides his time between Philadelphia and New York.
You can find more about Keith Ferrazzi at:
- ASIN : B08TCJ9MF1
- Publisher : Harvard Business Review Press (Feb. 15 2022)
- Language : English
- File size : 4995 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 284 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #102,515 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top review from Canada
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You can either be a victim of that OR you can get on top of that. One powerful way to do that is to read this book.
This will open your eyes to new opportunities and possibilities, from which you and our world can profit.
Top reviews from other countries
The book read like a team building workshop by HR. Corporate cringe like DIE (diversity, inclusion, & equality) and other feel good slogans felt forced to keep the Twitter/Outrage/Cancel mob at bay. If you’re a solopreneur or someone looking to get an edge, read Scott Galloway’s Post Corona for more practical advice.
I’m a big fan of Ferrazi’s work in general, but the book didn’t contain anything new other than the concept of crowdsourcing your network’s expertise to problem-solve. I’d say that made the book somewhat tolerable, albeit much of it is a word salad of empty calories.