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Have the 20th Century's 'Hero Leaders' Become the 21st Century's Corporate Partners?

In an era when fewer organizations are defined or even closely identified with the man or woman at the top of the ladder, corporate leadership is taking on a distinctly more collaborative nature. So reports HR Magazine.
Today, it's not uncommon for C-suite responsibilities to be divided among any number of acronyms: CEO, CFO, CIO, COO, etc.; not to mention the ubiquitous "SME's."
Perhaps it's the influence of Silicon Valley start-ups, or maybe matrix organizations are realizing that shared responsibility equals a higher level of corporate "ownership" throughout the company, which in turn equals higher profit margins and shareholder value.
One UK-based HR publication takes a closer look, citing the end of two celebrated "working partnerships" – one corporate; the other in the world of sports (arguably corporate) – as evidence.
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