When an organization grows beyond its ability to fill its key seats with the right people, it has set itself up for a fall.
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Although complacency and resistance to change remain dangers to any successful enterprise, overreaching better captures how the mighty fall. Those in power start to blame external factors for setbacks rather than accept responsibility. The vigorous, fact-based dialogue that characterizes high-performance teams dwindles or disappears altogether. When those in power begin to imperil the enterprise by taking outsized risks and acting in a way that denies the consequences of those risks, they are headed straight for Stage 4.
The critical question is, How does its leadership respond?
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By lurching for a quick salvation or by getting back to the disciplines that brought about greatness in the first place? Those who grasp for salvation have fallen into Stage 4. Initial results from taking dramatic action may appear positive, but they do not last. New York: Basic Books, What Workers Want. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, Fortin Nicole and Thomas Lemieux. Union Representation Elections: Law and Reality. Gordon, Robert J. Harrington, Winston, Richard D.
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