Rethinking Organizations From The Outside In

An outside-in view of a company can benefit leadership, ensure that employees commit to the right things, and increase share prices and trust in the company. Business professor Dave Ulrich makes a compelling argument that companies should shape their business around external stakeholders’ expectations. He argues that inward-looking companies may wrongly focus on factors that don’t add value – organizational structure, leadership that doesn’t align with the company’s brand, and a culture that doesn’t match with the way customers see the company and its staff. LetsRead recommends Ulrich’s alternative view to business leaders.

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