Assuming Leadership: The First 100 Days

Lawson, Hedley
March 2010
LabTalk;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 38 Issue 06C, p38
Trade Publication
The article presents the key actions that chief executive officers (CEO) should take in assuming their new leadership role, based on a study conducted by the Boston Consulting Group. Among these key actions are assessment of the company's leadership team, establishment of communication with employees, paying attention to personal habits and determination of how the business creates profitability.


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