Guest Column | June 12, 2018 | Life Science Leader
In my advisory work with CEOs and other key leaders, I sometimes field concerns about adopting a slower, more deliberate approach. “Liz,” my clients will say, “you are advising us to slow down … but if we do that, won’t we be left behind? Things are changing so quickly, we’ve got to move quickly too!”
I get it. The pace of change seems to be at an all-time high — and slowing down can feel like a bit of madness. At the very least, it can seem a luxury best reserved for less-turbulent times.
So let’s look at it from a different perspective…