As an investor, I look for leaders who can set ambitious growth goals and exceed them every quarter. I realize that it's almost impossible for anyone to meet that standard. But leaders who come closest do things differently than those who fall short.
This is how I view the findings of a study of 49 enterprise leadership teams published by two experts in the Harvard Business Review. The co-authors, Nathan Wiita and Orla Leonard, analyzed these leadership teams to answer a basic question: What distinguishes teams who excel at turning their strategy into high performance from those who don't?
The co-authors uncovered four things that characterize the most successful teams -- bolstered by data on how they allocate their time differently from their less successful peers.
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