Thursday, January 16, 2014
On My Watch: Post #6--Leading Under Oath
Leading Under Oath: A pledged oath places constraints and history on your shoulders. “The surround sound of laws and regulations narrowed my options and agility.” There was a battle between both employee rights and performance. The president is the boss—loyalty flows up but rarely down. Scandal must not splash back on the president. Government (and private sector) leaders face several similar problems: tight rules, constraints, and risk. To meet these challenges, Johnson promoted three priorities: customer intimacy, operational excellence, and innovation.