Do you know how to run a tight ship?
| tight ship: A well-managed organization, as in The camp director runs a tight ship. This metaphoric term alludes to a ship in which the ropes are taut and by extension the ship is strictly managed. [Second half of 1900s]. | (Source: www.dictionary.com)
What might that look like in today’s world of team leadership?
Dr. David Wells instructs a very practical course that will examine four building blocks of an effective organization.
This directed study course (what is this?) looks at the cyclical stages of articulating a vision and mission statement, developing a strategy, implementing that strategy, and establishing formal assessment of results for review and revision of organizational behaviour.