Beyond Budgeting: Interviewing Peter Bunce on Adaptive Leadership

the Leader's Dilemma

How do you lead a large organization to act like a small one?

That’s the trillion dollar question posed by Peter Bunce. He’s a founder and director of the Beyond Budgeting Round Table. And over the last fifteen years they have honed a set of twelve principles executive leaders can apply to teach their elephants to dance.

I recently got five minutes on camera with Peter at a conference. Watch…
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More valuable Beyond Budgeting resources for you

I mind-mapped the twelve principles and more during Peter’s presentations.  I’m happy to share it.

Download my mind map in PDF. Or, download my mind map in modifiable MM (open with FreeMind, an open source mind-mapping app)

Learn more about the Beyond Budgeting Round Table

Learn more about The Leader’s Dilemma book.

To help you implement Beyond Budgeting, get Christopher’s best team building and leadership strategies collected over two-plus decades of solving teamwork problems for smart people. Attend the acclaimed Creating Results-Based Teams workshop, or get this FREE Special Report while it lasts: The Five Flawless Steps to Building a Strong Executive Leadership Team.

Christopher Avery, PhD, is a recognized authority on how individual and shared responsibility works in the mind and an advisor to leaders worldwide.

Posted in Leadership, Recommended Resources on 11/28/2012 01:00 am
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