The Only Three Things a Leader Should Focus On — ChiefExecutive.net
You need to put in place a few important frameworks within which a large number of people can operate in a way that maximizes their energy.
The key is to control and shape the three most important levers of sustainable business growth—the Brains, the Bones, and the Nerves.
The brains of a business are its vision and strategy, and here the enterprise leader must shape and set direction.
The bones are the organizational architecture, and here the enterprise leader must design the organization in order to execute the strategy.
The nerves refer to the culture and climate of the organization, and here the enterprise leader must foster a culture of long lasting excellence.
Just as the human body needs all three systems—the brain, bones, and nerves—functioning in perfect harmony to maximize longevity and performance, a business needs its strategy, architecture, and culture to work in harmony in order to maximize results. As an enterprise leader, you should focus on these three as your most important focus areas; everything else must be delegated.
Here are a few simple but powerful ideas about how to lead a large workforce by shaping and managing the brains, bones, and nerves of your organization.
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