The crisis triggered by corona virus is the ultimate stress test for politics and business. Within a matter of weeks, the world was faced with a degree of uncertainty unseen since World War II.
The most important skill now is uncertainty competence. Whoever still dreams of a return to security and predictabiity will fail. The key to success will be to navigate the fog of uncertainty. It is not only a matter of “managing a crisis” but of “overcoming a crisis”, even if this sometimes means nothing more than “surviving a crisis”. What does this mean for business executives? Klaus Schweinsberg is a global consultant for leaders in complex leadership situations. In this book, he describes what matters when things get really critical.