A recent edition of “MTSU On the Record” profiled the types of “animals” that are best equipped to survive in a precarious economic climate.
Host Gina Logue interviewed the co-authors of the book “Zebras and Cheetahs: Look Different and Stay Agile to Survive in the Business Jungle.”
Dr. Colby Jubenville is a professor in MTSU’s Department of Health and Human Performance, and Coach Micheal J. Burt, an MTSU alumnus, is an entrepreneur and author of nine books on leadership and success.
According to the website for the book, www.zebrasandcheetahs.com, Jubenville and Burt’s model for business improvement “allows leadership to define roles so that everyone understands where they fit, offers the highest value of everyone’s time toward a dominant aspiration and focus, increases accountability, tracks and measures success and drastically enhances the energy of your tribe in exciting ways.”
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