Advice from Machiavelli about being an agile company

04/16/2013 | Strategy+Business online (free registration)

Niccolò Machiavelli said in the 15th century that to be constantly successful, one had to be willing to change and adapt -- and that's still true for modern businesses, experts say. "Managing agile organizations means being willing to give up the activities that make you successful today but that won't be appropriate tomorrow -- over and over again," write Thomas Williams, Christopher G. Worley and Edward E. Lawler III.

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