Progressing Lives Through Transformational Business Insights with Otto Guth
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We are thrilled to welcome business transformation specialist, Otto Guth to this insightful episode of the Progressing Lives Everywhere podcast.


Hosted by Andrew Beard, Associate Director of Amoria Bond's Engineering Division Europe, this instalment features a topic that will impact every company in the world: business change and transformation.


Otto has worked across numerous industries including manufacturing, supply chain and business services, where he has lead impactful, result-driven transformation projects to help underperforming businesses return to profitability.


From managing resistance to change, the importance of constant reflection for progression, the definition of business transformation and why it is imperative that businesses and people need to anticipate change so they don't get left behind; this episode is an insightful listen for all business owners, leaders and directors.


Timestamped Agenda: 

01:32 - With the pace of change going on in the business world, how are you seeing that impact people?

04:57 - What led you to decide to set up your own company? 

07:36 - What does progression mean to you?

08:28 - Do you go through a process of weekly reflection?

10:38 - How do you define business transformation?

15:15 - What are the warning signs that a business is progressing in the wrong direction?

19:59 - How often when you come in to do a transformation, is there a real breakdown in the leadership team?

21:42 - What are one or two messages to the leadership group about how they can effectively collaborate together?

23:53 - What do you see to be the future of business transformation?

26:25 - How can we progress lives through transforming businesses?


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Thanks for listening to The Progressing Lives Everywhere Podcast, brought to you by Amoria Bond.


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