Sloane, Paul
August 2007
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2007, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p17
The article offers a guide to business leaders on how to communicate the need for change. It stresses the need for leaders to recognize and communicate to their subordinates the need for change. It identifies the four components of vision statements including the organization's purpose, mission, culture and values.


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