On average, dealing with unforeseen issues—takes up 36% of a CEO’s time. This is a significant portion, and not all of these issues necessarily require a leader’s immediate attention.
To assist CEOs in discerning which issues truly demand focus, Nohria, the former dean of Harvard Business School, has developed a framework that categorizes events into four types: normal noise, clarion calls, whisper warnings, and siren songs. The framework also provides guidance on how leaders should approach each category. READ MORE HERE.