Management Reset

Lawler III, Edward E.; Worley, Christopher G.
September 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Sep2011, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p4
The article advises corporate leaders to reset management by rethinking objectives and ways to achieve sustainability. A management reset results to positive outcomes such as profit generation and improved quality of life in rural communities. Environmental and social issues remain the focus of a management reset and managers have the chance to address these before they become crises. There are potential expected outcomes as corporations become sustainable management organizations.


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