As the corporate tax rate has fallen from 35% to 21%, it’s time you start thinking about how your business will invest the extra 14%. Will you spend it on technology or invest it in training future leaders?
Throughout history, war has been perceived as actions comprised of two distinct types of engagements. The first focuses on tactics—or the completion of outlined objectives. The second is centered on strategy—or the planning of scenarios that lead to and from successful battlefield encounters.
In pondering the parallels between war-fighting and business operations, these two types of engagements resemble two distinct leadership styles. And while all might be fair in (love and) war, certain behaviors and attitudes in business aren’t beneficial to your bottom line. Both styles exhibit strengths (and both are necessary at one time or another), yet one leadership style is exponentially more effective than the other in terms of business growth.