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Greg Park argues that corporate superstars collapse not primarily due to poor products, inadequate market penetration, financial mismanagement or self-aggrandisement, but rather by a leadership lacking the fundamental values, principles, perspectives, attributes and capabilities for long term organisational survival. The resultant inadequate cognitive mental process of leadership invites inevitable failure, through loss of confidence, motivation, cohesion, advocacy and energy amongst the community of stakeholders. Collaborative wisdom is the existence within the dominant coalition of an organisation of an inherited, pervasive, collectively held logic, critically founded upon universal values, translated into appropriate leadership principles, perspectives and priorities. This ensures cohesive and consistent behaviour across every function of a complex organization, reflected in each daily operational leadership decision. This book examines the importance of collaborative wisdom within an organization, how effective operational leadership is fundamentally about appropriate values, principles and perspectives which generate appropriate leadership experience, intuition, insight, judgment and ultimately, wisdom.

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