Good to Great
How will it get me rolling? A lucid look at the crowd and power conundrum.
Five different crowd types can be distinguished by their emotional content.
The crowd comes from packs, of which there are four different types.
Nations are crowds connected by people through the symbols of the crowd.
Capture, kill and eat are power acts symbolized by hands, fingers and mouth.
Survivors are often powerful simply because they understand survival as a sign of power.
Symbols of power play a major role in maintaining power, as well as hiding one's true thoughts.
Originally, commands were a death threat that was only domesticated later.
Transformation, as South African bushmen have known for a long time, is a key component of power.
Also connected to power are rank, posture and time regulation.
Good-to-great businesses will show others how to make the same move forward.
Finding a basic "Hedgehog concept" offers a straightforward way forward.
Progress comes from a lot of tiny incremental moves in the right direction.
New technology can be used only as an accelerator to the target, not as a goal itself.
Level 5 leaders are leading successful transitions from good to great.
The right people in the right place are the pillars of greatness.
Performance involves facing the ugly truth, but never losing faith.
An environment where the brutal facts are aired without second thoughts must be created by leaders.
Adhere to the simple Hedgehog concept requires a culture of rigorous self-discipline.
Good to Great