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The Agility – Stability Paradox

Leadership - The Agility – Stability Paradox

Intuitively, an organization can strive to be stable i.e. resilient, reliable, and efficient OR Agile i.e. fast, nimble, and adaptive. However, in order to survive and thrive in today’s competitive and constantly changing world, it needs to be both. With conflicting needs related to governance structures, processes, people and culture, is it even possible?

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Philip Stevens

Philip Stevens, EVP and CIO, Army and Air Force Exchange Service

Philip Stevens EVP and CIO, Army and Air Force Exchange Service Philip Stevens Philip Stevens is an Executive Vice President & the Chief Information Officer for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (Exchange). In this capacity, ... More   View all posts
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