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How to tackle one of your biggest organizational challenges

January 22, 2015

Leading at the top of an organization—boards of directors and executive committees—has never been tougher because the days when boards and executive committees were only interested in procedures and fiduciary oversight are gone. Boards and executive committees must now also look to add strategic value and provide innovative thinking and do the following three things well:

  1. Make sure there is superior talent at the top.
  2. Have a strategy that provides a true competitive advantage.
  3. Mentor and guide top talent inside the organization so that superior results are continuous.

But it’s often easier said than done. Finalizing decisions, defining solutions, and developing a path forward are challenges for every team at the top.

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