The Ultimate Leadership of ‘Organizational Rhythm’?

We spend a tremendous amount of time helping our expansion stage portfolio companies develop their organizational rhythm (Annual, Quarterly, Monthly, Weekly, and Daily iterative cycles) and execute their business growth strategies.

One of my observations over time is that there are many different leadership and management approaches that work well for developing and improving the organizational rhythm. The observation being that there is no single “right” style of leadership, but rather that there are many that work well.

I came across this Ted talk about 6 great leaders of organizational rhythm that get their orchestras to perfect harmony without saying a word.

Take a look and imagine how great it would be to have your management team working at this level of harmony…

Scott Maxwell
Scott Maxwell
Founder & Partner

As the founder of OpenView, Scott focuses on distinctive business models and products that uniquely address a meaningful market pain point. This includes a broad interest in application and infrastructure companies, and businesses that are addressing the next generation of technology, including SaaS, cloud computing, mobile platforms, storage, networking, IT tools, and development tools.
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