Rethinking Organizations from the Outside In: Talent, Leadership, and Culture | Connex Chronicle

Having a strategy to win requires thinking outside in. Winning comes from value created from external stakeholders. Traditional avenues of winning (price, product, operations) no longer differentiate a company. Increasingly organization capability becomes a course of sustainable differentiation. Organization may be mapped into choices about talent, culture, and leadership. When these choices focus on the outside in, leaders and HR professionals deliver long term business value. These three domains become the outcomes for good HR work and the differentiators for effective leaders.

Submitted by David Forry

March 18, 2015 Thomas Lynch



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Submitted by David Forry
May 5, 2016

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May 30, 2016

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