In today’s constantly changing and unpredictable environment, IT organizations must possess a unique ability called “antifragility.” This refers to the capacity to survive and thrive in the face of uncertainty and volatility.
Gone are the days when management could plan long-term and dictate what their teams should do. With the rapid pace of change, planning becomes obsolete almost overnight. Consequently, traditional hierarchical management structures are inefficient and even impede organizational growth.
Therefore, to keep up with the times, IT organizations must embrace an antifragile management approach. They must create a culture that values agility, flexibility, and adaptability, enabling them to respond quickly and effectively to new challenges and opportunities. By doing so, they can position themselves for long-term success in today’s ever-evolving business landscape.