Virtues of transformational leaders

November 27, 2008  |  Billy Glennon, Charles Spinosa PH.D.

Great leaders transform their companies in ways that make their whole industries more highly valued. Consider John D. Rockefeller using vertical integration to stabilize the oil industry, including high-risk exploration. Consider J.P. Morgan transforming banking to bring stability to each of its clients and to markets. Consider George Eastman who created popular photography. Not all industry transformations are so massive. But consider the kind of growth shareholders seek today: only transformation of some size can achieve it.

Read the full Virtues of Transformational Leaders article as published by the London Business School here

Authors: Billy Glennon, Charles Spinosa & Luis Sota

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