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The Leadership Playbook: Aligning Your Organization’s Mission without Fear and Intimidation

Posted: April 8, 2021 at 2:53 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Art Johnson, the CEO of Infinity Systems, Inc., a management consulting firm where he helps leaders identify and rectify organizational misalignment joins Enterprise Radio. His new book is “The Art of Alignment: A Data-Driven Approach to Lead Aligned Organizations”.

This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Art Johnson discuss the following:

  1. You talk about how alignment results in measurable KPI changes. One of the most striking stories is your work with Medtronic and achieving double digit growth in a flat sales environment? Can you tell us more?
  2. How do organizations judge if they are in alignment?
  3. You’ve worked for many years, with many different types of organizations. What is one thing unaligned organizations all have in common?
  4. Diversity, equity and inclusion are hot buzzwords right now. You believe that increasing organizational focus in these areas can yield big results in innovation and effectiveness. Tell me more about that.
  5. You have 9 pillars of Organizational Alignment, based on your work with organizations. What are those?

Art Johnson is CEO of Infinity Systems, Inc., a management consulting firm where he helps leaders identify and rectify organizational misalignment. Previously, he implemented a strategic plan to improve alignment at Medtronic, the world’s largest medical technology company, enabling it to grow top-line revenue by 13 percent year-over-year in a flat market. His new book is The Art of Alignment: A Data-Driven Approach to Lead Aligned Organizations (Made for Success Publishing, Feb. 16, 2021).

Website: orgametrics.net/theartofalignment


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