Why Accountability Counts

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Too often organizations have so many corporate objectives that it’s hard to choose the top results they need to achieve. Accountability sorts the chaos, helps align expectations and improves effective decision-making. This issue of Executive Edge looks at accountability’s role in facilitating organizational change and the benefits of developing a culture of accountability. At a time when no company can afford an unclear purpose, ineffective meetings, or an inevitable loss of good people, it is important for organizations and individuals to be particularly aware of why accountability counts.

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