What CEOs Get Wrong About Vision and How to Get It Right

When a leader must implement a new strategy, especially one that requires new systems, processes, and perhaps people, it is the start of a new era.  Success requires more than the right combination of capital and technology; it also requires a critical mass of employees to adopt new behaviors and ways of thinking.  But too often, CEOs and boards in these situations think through the capital and technology issues much more carefully than those involving behavior and attitudes.  That imbalance is the primary reason new strategies fail.  And, in.....

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