Issue Management

Guttman, Howard M.
February 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Feb2009, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p9
The article discusses ways of managing issues in organizations. It states that the issue must be defined by the leader and be taken action by the members of the group. A list of all the issues in the organization that will be clarified by members is suggested. The issues can be classified in terms of priorities. After the group has determined the problem, an action plan must be set and be monitored as it is being implemented.


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