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Seven leadership lessons of Next Generation Companies

Executives like Jack Welch and Larry Bossidy have been lionized in the press and academic circles for their aggressive attitude, relentless focus on bottom line performance and stellar financial results. While these leaders and the companies they run offer many valuable lessons, the management philosophies they represent and the practices they espouse are not right for every company. Super Jacks r......

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3. Manage people for long-term sustainability. NGCos invest in capabilities and people for the long-term. Staff is treated as assets to be grown ......

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7. Have the courage to be different. NGCos are eager to learn from others but they are fanatical about doing things that fit their culture and business strategy. They are not afraid to be different to carve out a unique personality and way of operating for their business.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 04/07/04


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