Unformatted text preview: #2 He makes the point that while many companies believe that they can't afford to spend money on leadership development, he makes the case that it's just the opposite - companies can't afford not to spend the money developing their future leaders. It seems like this would be obvious, but there are lots of examples of companies making cuts to programs they should be focusing on. #3 Firing the bottom 10% of an organization's workforce based on their performance may sound tough, but it was a plan used by GE CEO, Jack Welch. Mr. Buckley agrees with the basis of the concept. If someone is performing poorly, they need to be let go. http://www.usatoday.com/money/companies/management/advice/2009-05-17-buckley-3m-leadership_N.htm...
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- Spring '12
- Management, 2002 albums, Executive officer, George Costanza, Leadership development