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Jean Francois Sonson
CEO, Saint Lucia

Leading a New Institution

My comment is a question seeking some guidance: here is my challenge and need some perspectives on. I am part of a new institution where everything is being done form scratch. The team has agreed on some core values in line with the established mission and vision statements. What is the role of the CEO and what style of management should be used in trying to build this organization around those core values?

  Leslie Baker
 

New Institution: SVM Style

Best practices here is to treat the new operating environment in the spirit of a start up: Silicon Valley Management style (SVM), but as with all sound business and leadership techniques - synergies should be encouraged, looked for and leveraged - but only when they reflect and reinforce the stated core values. Flexibility and response times are key. And the CEO is the team member who also has the ultimate leadership role and, at the end of the day - carries the can.

  Bob Mason
Management Consultant, United States
 

Leading a New Institution

Since this is a new organization, the CEO absolute (...)

  kean lucero
Professor, Philippines
 

Leading a New Institution

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