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Digital world of work is forcing companies to radically change org structure and talent strategies

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Leadership models are changing – companies are dismantling the classic management pyramid
Deloitte's report reveals the traditional leadership pyramid is not producing leaders fast enough. Fifty-six percent of respondents report their companies are not ready to meet their leadership needs, and more than 1 in 5 respondents report having no leadership programs for millennials. To address this issue, the large majority of executives (89%) cite strengthening, reengineering and improving organizational leadership as an important priority in the year ahead.

"Running faster on the traditional leadership development track will not solve this perennial challenge," said Brett Walsh, global human capital leader, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited. "Companies must make and sustain investments in identifying and nurturing leaders earlier in their careers. Turning the traditional corporate hierarchy on its head, in a disciplined way, will help develop networks of teams and spawn leadership. Senior leaders and traditional organization structures will need to evolve to take full advantage of a re-energized leadership pipeline."

 

 

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