Developing and Enhancing Organizational Leaders as Competitive Advantage
Competitive advantages represent the lynchpin of a successful firm's corporate strategy. A firm's effort to dominate competitors requires a well-crafted strategy executed effectively. Leadership is critical both in formulating strategy and during the execution stage. Firms seek to concentrate on strengthening their competitive advantages as a way or retaining and improving their competitive position. Leadership has the potential for being one of a firm's competitive advantages. As such, firm's need to focus on selecting individuals with leadership potential and develop these individuals to be successful leaders occupying influential positions throughout the organization. A recommended educational model offers a framework for organizations to pursue a proactive approach in developing effective leaders and more importantly, create a systematic process that ensures that leadership remains one of the organization's competitive advantages.
Ross, S. (2007). Developing and Enhancing Organizational Leaders as Competitive Advantage. International Journal of Business Strategy, 7(2), 186-197.
Virtual Commons Citation
Ross, Stanley C. (2007). Developing and Enhancing Organizational Leaders as Competitive Advantage. In Management Faculty Publications. Paper 12.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/management_fac/12