Extreme Competition: Integrity—the Core Core Competency in the Age of Digital Transparency

Extreme Competition: Integrity—the Core Core Competency in the Age of Digital Transparency
This month, Peter Fingar urges managers to adopt the self-discipline of the Samurai. The purpose of the exercise is to build and maintain integrity, which in turn will build trust—a key component in compelling employees to “opt-in” and voluntarily make a commitment to the communities they work in. Peter aptly summarizes the principles of Samurai leadership as presented in Samurai Business: The Way of the Warrior for Professionals in the Digital Century by Joris Merks, a Research Manager for Google who also happens to be a jiu-jitsu champion

Peter Fingar

Peter Fingar

Peter Fingar, independent analyst, internationally acclaimed author, management advisor, former college professor and CIO, has been providing leadership at the intersection of business and technology for over 40 years. Peter is widely known for helping to launch business process management (BPM) with his book, Business Process Management: The Third Wave. He has taught graduate and undergraduate computing studies in the U.S. and abroad, and held management, technical, consulting and advisory positions with GTE Data Services, American Software and Computer Services, Saudi Aramco, EC Cubed (for clients including GE TPN, American Express, Master Card and GE Capital), Noor Advanced Technologies, the University of Tampa, the Technical Resource Connection division of Perot Systems and IBM Global Services. He is a sought-after keynote speaker and his latest of 15 books include Business Process Management: The Next Wave, which is about the use of distributed intelligence in business and Smart Process Apps: The Next Breakout Business Advantage. http://www.peterfingar.com peter@peterfingar.com
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