There are several tactics you can employ if you wish to bolster your business’s performance and become a market leader by your definition – starting with a robust strategic plan. However, to appropriately execute this plan, your business requires a team with the leadership capabilities to translate vision into reality. If your business is not achieving pre-determined goals, you may be surprised to learn that this may be due to the gap between the skills that are critical for your business to reach these levels of performance, and the skills you thought were important (or the skills that are currently available).
An audacious organisation: the Pink Panthers
History grants us incredible examples of how critical capabilities are matched appropriately to a desired outcome. One such example is a case study of the Pink Panthers, who are are a jewel thief network responsible for robberies of an international grand scale. They have been coined one of the most audacious examples of organised crime in history.
With roughly 800 core members and 341 armed robberies to their name, what makes the Pink Panther gang so ‘successful’?
As an organisation, the Pink Panthers bolstered their own performance during the years, with more defying thefts that followed each success. They had a strategic plan, but most importantly, a leadership complement to execute their plans.
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