Making Strategic Decisions… Locally! Part 2 of 4

/Making Strategic Decisions… Locally! Part 2 of 4

Making Strategic Decisions… Locally! Part 2 of 4

This series of articles are for the leaders in the trenches … the line and middle managers that are responsible, sometimes unknowingly, for half the market cap of a corporation.  One error, incident, or security compromise can negatively impact a company overnight.  Unfortunately, senior leaders often don’t get it.

So far in this series, we addressed

Most decisions made by managers are not strategic in nature, though they may support strategic direction.  Typically, managers allocate resources, resolve barriers, and lead teams to accomplish work.  Sometimes I think of them as the ultimate tightrope walker.  There is a fine line between too few resources and too many resources on projects; between pushing back firmly and being considered obstinate.

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Mike Labit helps others solve problems and lead organizational change. Working in both commercial and government sectors, his Mini-Mentoring Workshops™ use real world projects as experiential learning experiences. He helps teams with organizational needs while coaching and mentoring the people involved. He has helped lead numerous successful turnarounds of organizations and implementation of projects and strategic initiatives. He can be reached at

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