Coulson-Thomas, Colin
March 2008
Management Services;Spring2008, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p12
The article provides insight into the Winning Companies: Winning People research programme and its book of the same title. The author, Colin Coulson-Thomas writes that areas examined included visioning, providing strategic direction, and managing performance. While investigating these areas, one can distinguish the behavioral approaches of effective and ineffective management. Suggestions for success include organic growth strategies, having a committed governing board, building success factors into key processes, and taking a proactive approach to all aspects of the business.


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