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If we think about the four basic functions of management: planning, organizing, leading and controlling and if we think about why all the competitive benchmarking wasn't effectively implemented, would we have to attribute it to poor controlling? Poor leadership? Something else?

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This would be a perfect example of poor leadership. As you stated, the four basic functions of management ...

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