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What if our managers were so capable of leading strategic change that people throughout the organization cried out, “Yes, more change….bring it on!” To execute strategic change, organizational leaders should ask themselves 12 questions to assess leadership capability around the following strategic leadership practices: Assess the internal and external environments. To what extent do we as organizational leaders

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What is leadership strategy all about? Walter Bayly, CEO of Banco de Credito and COO of Credicorp Group: “Credicorp is diversifying and entering into new lines of business in new markets,” said Walter Bayly. “Our leadership strategy must guide us in structuring our business, developing our people and shaping the culture that is right for


Why do leaders of some organizations successfully execute strategies that lead to excellent business results while others fail to translate strategic intent into desired outcomes? The difference is in their collective ability to lead strategically. Executives in high-performing organizations: Invest significant time on questions of strategy coupled with powerful questions of leadership. Distinguish the periodic


Variations of this question appeared time and time again in the five years I studied organizations going through business-model transformation as they expanded internationally. I began to look closely at the differences between under-performing and superior-performing organizations as they attempted to turn strategic intent into desired business results. One of the fundamental characteristics of executives

Culture Trumps Strategy Every Time

Thursday, 26 December 2013 by

Credicorp’s Walter Bayly explains: Developing our leaders means shaping our culture so that people can perform. It is about finding a fit. I have learned in business that if it doesn’t feel right, it isn´t right. And our leaders must create the right performance-culture mix for our people to thrive. What are those elements of


What type of culture is necessary for leaders to create in order to foster organizational success? Leadership culture is the self-reinforcing web of individual and collective beliefs, practices, behaviors, and patterns in an organization. It is the way in which leaders interact, make decisions, and influence others in their efforts to create direction, alignment, and