Management Styles

Strategy Driven

That’s my concern that financial-only focus without regard to other corporate dynamics bespeaks of hostile takeovers, ill-advised rollups and corporate raider activity in search of acquiring existing books of business. Organizations should coordinate management skills into its overall corporate strategy, in order to satisfy customer needs profitably, draw together the components for practical strategies and implement strategic requirements to impact the business.

The Big Picture of Business – Corporate Cultures Reflect Business Progress and Growth.

Strategy Driven

That’s my concern that financial-only focus without regard to other corporate dynamics bespeaks of hostile takeovers, ill-advised rollups and corporate raider activity in search of acquiring existing books of business. Organizations should coordinate management skills into its overall corporate strategy, in order to satisfy customer needs profitably, draw together the components for practical strategies and implement strategic requirements to impact the business.

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12 Reasons Crisis Leadership Trumps Crisis Management

N2Growth Blog

Chair, Organizational Development, N2Growth. 1) Sudden Crisis: Natural disasters, terrorist attacks, workplace violence, hostile takeovers, environmental spills, technology disruptions, etc. In other words, Crisis Leadership develops a sense of common ownership and responsibility while building better futures for a clearly defined and understood mission – this is not an idea to be tested, but a significant idea to be placed into practice and considered by everyone.

Crisis 314

Beware of Short-term Management, Not the Short-term Investor

Harvard Business Review

A low stock price can make the firm vulnerable to a hostile takeover, for example. It might even be at the root of national competitiveness (or lack of it), and the economy's (in)ability to develop projects with longer gestation periods. This blog post is part of the HBR Online Forum The CEO's Role in Fixing the System. Much has been made in recent years about the pernicious influence of short-term investors on corporate performance.

What's Lost When Shareholders Rule

Harvard Business Review

It is what many countries around the world aspire to, what economists recommend, and what international agencies such as the IMF and World Bank encourage developing and emerging economies around the world to adopt. which is by global standards pretty close to the textbook, would-be reformers often cite the British example (on shareholder input into executive pay, for example, or the ease of hostile takeovers) as something to strive toward.