Setting Priorities: Personal Values, Organizational Results
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 9, 2011 - Business & Economics - 30 pages
To be a successful leader, you need to get results. To get results, you need to set priorities. This book can help you do a better job of setting priorities, recognizing the personal values that motivate your decision making, the probable trade-offs and consequences of your decisions, and the importance of aligning your priorities with your organization's expectations. In this way you can successfully meet organizational objectives and consistently produce results.
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