The problem with leadership pyramids

10/3/2011 | Entrepreneur online

A flat leadership structure, in which managers are empowered to handle their own departments, allows the CEO to plan for the company's future rather than focus on "babysitting" everyone else in the company, as is necessary in the traditional pyramid management structure, Donald Todrin writes. To implement such a strategy, CEOs should hire strong managers, agree on goals with them and then let them do their jobs, he writes.

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