The Determinants of Contextual Intelligence Factors Across Supply Chain Linkage for Optimizing Value in Decision Making and Outcomes
The logical intelligence and innovative framework that aids in the examination of relevant components that influence the performance of business organization processes. A huge shift in management viewpoint is required due to the extraordinarily dynamic conditions in which leaders must work. Failure to address developing settings has been a source of concern for the leadership in recent years, and it is likely to continue to be so in the future. Contextual intelligence and intuition diagnostic capability are required for effective management, allowing a leader to grasp change, develop objectives, and align plans and activities accordingly. The leader must be a quick learner, capable of testing reality, willing to adapt his perspective as circumstances change, and capable of responding calmly in a crisis. Contextual Intelligence is an important tool in decision-making and change management because it is practical and usable in the actual world.
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