Developing a High performance Organization

Ittycheria, Dev
June 2005
Siliconindia;June2005, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p12
Comments that the critical success factor for any business is the capacity of its leaders to develop a high performance culture that is intrinsic to the organization. Extension of the traditional parameters of the employee-employer structure; Tolerance of mediocrity as a primary obstacle to developing a high performance organization; Responsibility of the chief executive officer to developing a high performance organization.


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