4 Key Steps to Unlocking a flexible organization

In the 1950s, the average lifespan of an S&P 500 organization was around 60 years. Now, it’s about 15 years—and continues to decline. Lean start-ups are moving with purpose, speed and agility to reshape markets. By contrast, most major corporations are heavily layered, bureaucratic, and stifled by complex webs of reporting lines that weigh-down leadership and smother talent.