By Robert A. Rudzki Published Aug. 6, 2008 8:53 p.m.
"No company is created to fail. Yet the odds are stacked against corporations surviving more than a few decades. Many once-greats are dying a slow death, losing much of what made them superior. Others have expired quickly. And new research shows that many more are starting to atrophy as their leaders turn their focus to managing complexity—and away from leading for the future. A new, nine-element framework can help you diagnose your organization’s health, and address the factors that increase corporate life expectancy."
About Robert A. Rudzki | Robert A. Rudzki is founder and president of Greybeard Advisors LLC, a firm that helps organizations to continually improve their performance and sustain their successes over the long term. Rudzki is a former corporate senior executive, a frequent public speaker, and the author of several books, including Beat the Odds: Avoid Corporate Death & Build a Resilient Enterprise.www.greybeardadvisors.com