Executive Ownershift

  • Dan NorenbergEmail author
Part of the Management for Professionals book series (MANAGPROF)


In this chapter, we introduce the four cornerstones of executive ownershift and the significant six indicators that help your leadership team play at a level that your competitors envy. If you really want to get ahead of your competition and stay ahead as a market leader, the place you have to start at is at the top with the leadership team. Anything else is a distraction. This chapter describes how successful leadership teams lead change, improvement and growth that starts at the top of the organization. While each leadership team is special and unique, there are distinctions and patterns of success that separate mediocre leadership teams from those that thrive and succeed through continually adapting to their changing business environment. Use the significant six scorecard in this chapter to see how your leadership team performs against the best.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MunichGermany

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