Ignore What Doesn't Matter
Want to Deliver Standout Results? Start by Putting on Strategic Blinders
During my career I've learned that the core role of a senior executive or project manager is not to analyze a lot of numbers and delegate decision making. Rather, it's to focus on what's truly important to organizational performance: achieving strategic benefits. True leaders help others stop worrying about what doesn't really matter. They simplify the organization's field of vision by focusing on essential performance metrics and clearly communicating which actions are needed to drive that performance.
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