Unique Value

Guttman, Howard M.
September 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Sep2010, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p13
The author focuses on the importance for leaders or leadership teams to contribute unique value to the company. He cites three key areas where unique value should be added which are strategy formulation, strategy implementation and the creation of horizontal, high-performance teams. He notes that under strategy formulation, unique value can be added to business success via the anticipation of future demand and the development of a strategy for product and services offering. Attributes of high-performance teams are cited which include clear team goals.


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