Friday, March 13, 2009

Leadership Malpractice

A flawed strategy is almost always the product of failures further up (the chain of command) in the decision making process. This process begins with diagnosis - identifying the correct problem or opportunity. It is followed by having the appropriate input - the information and insight necessary to understand the problem or opportunity - and throughput - the ability to reach the most appropriate and impacting conclusions from the data and situational analysis and connecting them to strategies.

Paul Kinsinger, "Holding leaders accountable for leadership malpractice," March 1, 2009 Thunderbird Knowledge Network

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Captain Lambert,

I am not qualified to judge the Commander in Chief and his leadership abilities; but if I were qualified to submit a fitness report on the pictured Commander in Chief it would not reflect well on him.

Very Respectfully,