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Title: The Strategy Compass: Leadership


1
The Strategy Compass Leadership
  • Professor Patrick Mc Namee
  • Date

2
Leadership
  • The detail

3
Leadership and Change
  • Part I Leadership vs. management
  • Part II Why change succeeds or fails
  • Part III The heart of change
  • Part IV Winning in times of great change

4
Part I Leadership versus Management
  • Is there a distinction?

5
Management
  • Planning and budgeting
  • Organizing and staffing
  • Controlling and problem solving
  • Efficiency
  • Profitability

6
Leadership
  • Vision strategy
  • Communicating it and getting buy-in
  • Motivating
  • Growing, evolving and adapting to change

7
Need both management leadership

8
Need both management leadership

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Leadership Management Everyone is needed

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Long run success can kill leadership
  • A history of success
  • Visionary entrepreneurship
  • A dominant position
  • Great success in growth and profits
  • Consequences
  • Pressures from inside the firm to cope
  • To keep control cope with bureaucracy
  • hire and promote managers not leaders

11
Leadership more possible

12
Part II Why transformations succeed or fail
The 8 step process
  • Urgency
  • The guiding coalition
  • Develop vision strategy
  • Communicating the vision
  • Empowering all
  • Short term wins
  • Consolidate and drive
  • Institutionalise change in culture

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Urgency
  • Examine market and competition
  • Discuss crises and opportunities

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2. Guiding Coalition
  • Group with enough power
  • Getting them to work together

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3. Vision and Strategy
  • Vision to direct change effort
  • Strategies to achieve vision

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4. Communicating
  • Use all vehicles
  • Role modelling behaviour by coalition

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5. Empowering
  • Getting rid of blockers
  • Changing undermining systems or structures
  • Encourage risk, non-traditional ideas actions

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6. Short-run wins
  • Visible performance improvements
  • Creating wins
  • Visibly recognising and rewarding

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7. Consolidating and building
  • Use gained credibility to change impediments
  • Hire and promote doers
  • Reinvigorate new projects
  • No victory declaration too soon

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8. Institutionalizing change
  • Customer and productivity orientated behaviour
  • Articulating connections between new behaviour
    and success
  • Succession

21
The winning process

75-80 Leadership 20-25 Management Not the
other way around
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Part III The heart of change
  • 1 Problem
  • Changing peoples behaviours

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The Heart of the Matter

See Feel Change
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The Heart of the Matter

Analysis Think Change
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Part IV Winning in times of great change
  • Five Degrees of Change
  • Little change long product life cycles
  • Continuous improvement incremental changes
  • Non-incremental new products and processes
  • Whole new businesses
  • Whole new business models new economic and
    organizational models

26
Winning now

Handling 1, 2 and 3 well needed Great
management Visionary leadership
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Winning in the future

Handling 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 well needs Great
management Visionary leadership Unleashing
the leadership and energy of all
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Unleashing

Basic Management
Visionary Leadership
Unleashing Leadership
Sets agenda by
Planning Budgeting
Develop Visions Strategy
Tap in to hopes dreams
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Unleashing

Basic Management
Visionary Leadership
Unleashing Leadership
Structures, Hiring, Processes, Training etc
Commun, Strategies Buy-in
Tap in, trust, integrity, values
Needs
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Unleashing

Basic Management
Visionary Leadership
Unleashing Leadership
Controlling, Accountability, Problem solving
Motivating Rewards
Supporting Dreams, Hopes, Cherished Values
Execute by
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Unleashing

Basic Management
Visionary Leadership
Unleashing Leadership
Create efficient systems 50 mph
Growing organizations 90 mph
Astonishing Groups 180 mph
Results
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Guilianis 6 Principles of Leadership
  • Philosophy must have it, copy leaders,
    freedom/truth prevails
  • Optimist things are bad follow me solve
    problems and see the one exit
  • Courage not absence of fear overcome it NY
    firemen
  • Relentless preparation 1 hr in court 4 hours
    preparation. Coaching pays.
  • Teamwork know strengths and weaknesses be a
    player
  • Communication a tree falls in a forest
    verbal and caring

33
Figure 15 Measuring the effects of human
resources in stable and unstable environments
Firms having a favourable score for the parameter
Have an ROCE greater than firms scoring poorly by
ROCE ()
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The Strategy Compass Leadership
  • Professor Patrick Mc Namee
  • Date
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