We have all seen organizations that have a single season of success only to fall back to mediocrity. To be preeminent, organizations must reach a state of extraordinary excellence and sustain it to create their competitive advantage.
Data, financial spreadsheets and happy customers do not provide enough information to know if you are preeminent. You will know you are truly preeminent when your peers and competitors aspire to achieve what you have sustained.
It takes hard work, a passion for constant improvement, a hunger for knowledge that goes beyond any industry sector, and the ability to communicate and teach change internally and externally before a crisis arises.
Excellence is no longer an option in today’s world; nor does it happen by accident. I’ve traveled a long, hard road in pursuit of examples of extraordinary excellence. Along the way, I’ve uncovered some axioms that have come to guide my leadership. I now share them with you. Please enjoy!
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