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Can we standardize leadership performance

J.T. Carr (Educator, planner, and author, is President of Structured Methods Applications in Bellevue, Washington State, USA. She specializes in integrating methods and techniques for planning, productivity and performance, and has been a planning instructor with Boeing, and in pharmaceuticals. She may be contacted on 0101 206 643 6136.)

Management Development Review

ISSN: 0962-2519

Article publication date: 1 February 1995



By using a leadership performance strategy based on the three key elements of productivity, teamwork and entrepreneurship, performance criteria can be measured. Presents an example of learning centres in a large company which illustrates how these performance criteria provided the motivation for people, through leadership modelling, to make measurable improvements in less than six months, with no expenditure of funds. It is also an illustration of conflicting performance criteria and the resulting risks.



Carr, J.T. (1995), "Can we standardize leadership performance", Management Development Review, Vol. 8 No. 1, pp. 25-27.




Copyright © 1995, MCB UP Limited

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