Leadership-Humility and Will

The hedgehog like understanding of the three

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Unformatted text preview: wins! The Hedgehog-like understanding of The three intersecting circles What best ignites the passions of its people What an organization can be best in the world at How its economics work best Technology Accelerators Technology Good-to-great organizations have a paradoxical relationship with technology On the one hand they avoid jumping on new technology bandwagons On the other they pioneer the application of carefully selected technologies, making bold farsighted investments directly linked to their hedgehog concept Like turbochargers, these technology accelerators create an explosion in flywheel momentum A Culture of Discipline Culture 1. 1. 2. 2. 3. 3. Good-to-great organizations have three forms of discipline Disciplined people – you don’t need hierarchy, Disciplined thought – you don’t need bureaucracy, and Disciplined action – you don’t need excessive controls Combining a culture of discipline with an ethic of entrepreneurship results in great performance Level 5 Leaders Level A study in duality Modest and wilful, Shy and fearless A Compelling Modesty Compelling Level 5 leaders are extremely modest They don’t talk about themselves They would talk about the organization, about the contribution of others and instinctively deflect discussion about their own role Unlike big personalities like Lee Iacocca, Jack Welch The Yin and Yang of Level 5 The The Yin and Yang of The Level 5 Personal Humility Professional Will Demonstrates a...
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