Over the years, I’ve found that success for most organizations – both inside and outside the health and human services field – comes down to having a pair of key components. The first is having the right organizational strategy (a topic I never tire of exploring, see Making Every Executive A Strategist); and the second is having an executive team that has the right combination of talent, skills, and management experience to take that strategy “from paper to practice.” While you can try to . . .
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