The following is a guest piece by Robert Sher.
As a society, our physical infrastructure consists of the structures that support us: roads, bridges, water pipes and pumps, sewers and generators, cellular towers, and the acres of servers and miles of wires that give us the Internet. These structures sustain us, delivering what we need to survive and thrive. They are interconnected. They are necessary. Without them, we’re back in the seventeenth century. We’re craftspeople and farmers.
In business, leadership infrastructure is the sum total of all the management systems, processes, leadership teams, skill sets, and disciplines that enable companies to grow from small operations into midsized or large firms.
Leadership infrastructure is every bit as real as roads and bridges, electrical grids, and the Internet. Without them, we’re Mom and Pop, and that’s all we ever will be, no matter how much cash flow we generate.
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