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12 SUCCESS FACTORS FOR AN ORGANIZATION Dr. Samuel R. Chand
# 1Success Factor Factor Handling Action Figuring out what needs to be done and charting a course of Complexity Action
# 2Success Factor Factor Drive and orientation Action Focusing on an outcome and driving for Completion Results
# 3Success Factor Factor and Manage people Action Directing the work of others motivating Lead
# 4Success Factor Factor Executional Action Putting into action Excellence Ideas
# 5Success Factor Factor Organizational Action Knowing how the organization and how to maximize it Understanding Works
# 6Success Factor Factor Composure under Action Staying in the internal pressure cooker and still getting things done Pressure Focused
# 7Success Factor Factor Executive Action Always acting with maturity and good Maturity Judgment
# 8Success Factor Factor knowledge Action Understanding and technical knowledge Technical Applying
# 9Success Factor Factor Recruit and good people Action Making the organization and individuals Develop Better
#10Success Factor Factor Positive skills Action Knowing how to get along with people who are People Different
#11Success Factor Factor communication Action Knowing how to Effective Communicate
#12Success Factor Factor Impact and Action Being able to get things done when faced with Influence Obstacles
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