Every organization has a formal group of leaders who run the company. It’s a group that is comprised of anywhere from six to more than one dozen leaders. But when you look deeper to see how is actually working with the boss to make important decisions, that number shrinks to about two or three.
“We’ve found the gap between the organizational chart and the way decisions get made creates an area in where problems tend to arise,” said Bob Frisch, founder of The Strategic Offsites Group, during an ExecuNet webinar, Who’s in the Room: How Great Leaders Structure and Manage the Teams Around Them.
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