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Mar 15, 2022

Corporations have made significant waves within the last two years regarding how they conduct business. Those who were reluctant to go fully digital spent a lot of money to eventually be digital, while those who were already digital barely saw a dip in employee output. The ability to evolve through uncertainty is a mark of an excellent development program, but some leaders don’t know where they should be developing. How do you measure the results of your development programs? What questions should business leaders ask?

In this episode, we discuss why a rapidly changing industry demands a rapidly developing company. We describe how the pandemic forced every industry to take the digital leap and what that means for the future. We share how leaders can grow their organizations and how to determine whether their developments were successful. We also discuss some of the technological innovations we expect to see soon.

"The most successful CEOs I know take time to read." - Adam Moore

This week on Breaking Barriers:

  • The importance of development in the lifecycle of an organization
  • Addressing the massive shift around development in the past two years
  • The state of corporations in five years and directing your people toward that
  • What we notice about the most successful business leaders’ development
  • Knowing what you're doing as an organization is effective
  • The focus areas where NGOs need to lead
  • Why sourcing isn't a complex idea to tackle in development
  • Cybersecurity, IoT, and future developments we expect regarding data insights

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