The 6ixth evolution
Managing Lives and Careers Through Convulsive Time
About the Book
We continue to advance rapidly in both the scope and scale of our complexity—and governments, businesses, and individuals work relentlessly to keep pace. This means we’re constantly reimagining, reinventing, and repositioning lives, careers and organizations for uncertain and unpredictable landscapes.
Dr. Larry Straub explores the future opportunities and challenges of life and career management in times of uncertainty and exponential change in this groundbreaking work. He crunches the data from his research during the 2008 economic collapse to present a framework that can help individuals and organizations navigate the rough terrain ahead.
Readers will have the opportunity to utilize the Promethean Measurement Instrument to assess their Convulsive Economic Quotient—helping to assess their skills and abilities to build sustainable lives and careers in increasingly convulsive and compressed environments.
Finally, Dr. Straub introduces readers to the concept of 6ixth Evolution Thinking and the key components leading to life and career success.
About the Author
Dr. Larry G. Straub is a business executive, academic, writer, and associate professor of management at the Newman University School of Business. He recently concluded a thirty-five- year business career and led his organization as CEO for twenty-five years.
Professor Straub earned his doctorate degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, he is also a graduate of the Owner Presidents Management Program at Harvard Business School. He has been married to his wife, Julie, for thirty-six years and lives in Wichita, Kansas. Visit LarryStraub.com to learn more.