Organisational Change Management Volume 2

Why Top Management Teams Often Fail

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. The most common problems are

"...- members do not have a vision of the additional power they can generate by working together as a team

- it's not clear who makes what decisions, or what area of decision-making belongs to this team as opposed to other divisions, board of directors, etc

- who's right becomes more important than what's right

- there is a focus on individual v. team success. This is a common condition amongst top management, especially around functional or departmental walls or barriers

- short-term gains become more important than long-term sustainable growth and profitability..."

Harold Resnick, 2006

 

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