Manifesto for long-term leadership

Organizations need to embrace the idea taht long-term viability is more important than short-term gain
By Adrian Savage
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 05/20/2003


t’s time to end the era of charismatic leaders who pursue double digit growth at all costs. Corporate scandals, typified by the Enron saga, show the need for organizations to develop new models of success.

Companies need to embrace long-term viability over short-term gain. This will mean focusing on developing workforces and building trust.