Energy = mc²

Cottrell, David
June 2008
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2008, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p9
The article explains the concept of organizational energy (OE) which borrowed some principles from the equation of theory of relativity by Albert Einstein. According to the article, OE resides with everybody, but tapping into and releasing that energy is a task for leaders and once energy is created and released, leaders must focus that energy to achieve goals and measure bottom line results. The article also discusses five conductors of the OE equation including synchronization, speed, communication, customer focus and integrity.


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