Articles by Peter Tunjic
Peter Tunjic is a commercial lawyer, author of ondirectorship.com and creator of models, frameworks and tools designed to help company directors govern and direct. Peter works with a range of boards to improve their ability to create value for the organisations they direct. He has co-authored development programs for the AICD and presents his work in Australia and internationally. Peter offers a ground up alternative to current models of good corporate governance.
New Directions in Directing
Nothing destroys the spirit of an organization faster than focusing on people’s weaknesses rather than on their strengths, building on disabilities rather than abilities. The focus must be on strength…the greatest mistake is to try to build on weakness. — Peter Drucker Today’s boardrooms are increasingly governed for weakness. Many directors no longer direct their organisation into strength but monitor and cross-examine their management out of fear and an unchallenged acceptance of a failing model of corporate governance.
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