Leading in A VUCA World

Brookings Institution

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Brookings Institution

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About the course

The term VUCA was coined by the U.S. military in 1987 to describe the political chaos of the post-soviet, post-Cold War period – Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, & Ambiguity. A concept that once applied only to the geo-political map now applies to conditions in our organizations. We need a special set of skills to survive and thrive through VUCA. Based on research & consulting experience in federal government and the private sector, you will learn about the impact of VUCA on individuals and organizations. As we face unprecedented uncertainty for the foreseeable future, our staff and our agencies must be prepared for a marathon.

Program Benefits

  • Learn individual skills to help with self care and the ability to embrace change.
  • Learn team skills to flex with agility and optimize fast problem solving.
  • Learn organization-level skills to develop open communication, integrity, & values that research shows is the difference between organizations that succeed during transformational change and those that do not.

Leading in A VUCA World at Brookings Institution

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