Call it the’ Wisdom of Crowds’ for CEOs. Today’s governors need’ collective knowledge’ to thrive, says the CEO of Genpact.
The command-and-control style of business management has been widely employed by organizations around the world since the working day of Alfred Sloan and Henry Ford. It’s simple and efficient: Execs give orders and the rank and file carry them out. While there may have been a time and place–like the industrial era–for this handling style, a different approach, driven by technology, interest, diversification, and learn, is emerging to challenge it.
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