Joseph Flahiff


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Joseph Flahiff is an internationally recognized leadership and organizational agility expert at Whitewater Projects, Inc. He has worked with Fortune 50 and Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, start-ups and publicly traded firms. He is known to executives, as a pragmatic, clear minded and experienced adviser. Joseph is author of the book Being Agile in a Waterfall World: A practical guide for complex organizations.

Joseph speaks internationally to industry leading organizations about moving decision making to the front lines to increase the speed and effectiveness of decisions. This move allows them to increase their market responsiveness and dramatically improve their bottom line.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Joseph Flahiff and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

The best approach to leveraging change

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