Episode 52: Helping Companies Achieve More with Technology—with Graham Binks
In this Craft of Consulting podcast episode, I interview Graham Binks, a technology expert who helps non-techie CEOs and other leaders figure out what they want the future of their company to be, why staying ahead of technology advances is critical for achieving their business goals, and how to get the right technology in place that will get them there. In this podcast, he shares his strategies for helping leaders cut through the confusion and complexity of choices with “big change” initiatives and launch well and rapidly.
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Companies and organizations have to evolve what they do and adopt new tools if they are going to thrive over time. This includes making big changes when the time is right. In this podcast, we talk about:
Why companies and organizations need to focus on staying current with their technology
Stages of leading companies and organizations through big changes
How consultants can help their clients embrace and navigate reality
Using the Rapid Launch method to make big changes and launch successfully
Employing technology, change management, and new ways of working to help function during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond
Ways to engage and support clients during this crisis
Evolving what you offer as a consultant over time
More About Graham:
For Graham's guide for rolling out remote working programs that can increase the productivity:
More about Graham’s book Trusting Technology: Mastering Technology for Non-Tech Leaders: http://mybook.to/TrustingTechnology
Graham’s posts on COVID-related topics https://www.grahambinks.com/covid19
Graham’s post about Rapid Launch referenced in the podcast: https://www.grahambinks.com/blog/2020/3/4/launching-an-oil-tanker
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Listening Time: 20min.