29 Leadership Practices have been identified by Professor Kenneth Mackenzie, one of the world's leading experts on leadership and organizational design.
In today's fast-paced business environment, successful organizations are those organizations that can adapt to change, RAPIDLY. The key to change management rests on these key leadership concepts.
Effective leadership enables an organization to be better aligned and clearly, competitive advantage is gained when an organization is aligned for success.
These 29 Leadership Practices are the primary "indicators of interest" we use when diagnosing an organization.
LP01 Understanding Environmental Changes
LP02. Developing and Using the Strategic Direction
LP03. Ensuring Unit-Level Strategic Direction
LP04. Using Strategic Long-Range and Tactical Plans
LP05. Updating Organizational Assumptions
LP06. Linking the Organizational Rewards to Performance
LP07. Updating the Organizational Logic
LP08. Updating the Organizational Architecture
LP09. Ensuring Consistency of Organizational Rewards
LP10. Ensuring Results Consistency with Strategic Direction
LP11. Ensuring Successful Goal Achievement
LP12. Ensuring Compatible Interests of Results
LP13. Using Tough and Realistic Standards
LP14. Ensuring Job Performance Standards
LP15. Applying Total Compensation Process
LP16. Integrating Job with the Organization
LP17. Ensuring Compatible Interests
LP18. Developing Associates
LP19. Aligning Associates with the Strategic Direction
LP20. Encouraging Best Decision-making
LP21. Ensuring Ethical Decision-making
LP22. Using Organizational Forums
LP23. Ensuring Healthy Problem Solving
LP24. Ensuring Results Oriented Problem Solving
LP25. Nurturing and Rewarding Innovation
LP26. Ensuring Quality
LP27. Ensuring Improvements in Technology
LP28. Managing the New Technologies
LP29. New Technologies Integration
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