Leading in a Matrix Organization
New York, December 5-7, 2013
Elevate your global leadership skills and cultural intelligence to be successful in today’s volatile and complex world. Learn to better manage teams of people with different cultural backgrounds while addressing potentially conflicting priorities.
- Understand the implications of semi-globalization from a cultural, administrative, geographic and economic perspective and how to leverage them to gain a competitive edge.
- Improve global leadership skills and cultural intelligence to better manage in a matrix.
- Develop a leadership agenda for making the matrix work.
Why IESE Recommends This Program
The matrix organization is frequently used in situations where complex leadership structures result in roles being divided by geography, product and even function. To complicate matters further, the people on a given "team" may belong to several different teams, thereby creating conflicts of priorities.
Can people within a matrix organization collaborate and advance business goals, or do people default to silos of independent focus and end up with less-than-optimal results? This program recognizes these deeply complex and potentially frustrating challenges and offers participants a forum to better understand them, discover leadership skills to address them and develop strategic plans to overcome them.
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