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The Most Important Thing A Leader Brings To An Organization: A Lesson From Jurgen Klopp's Resignation

We are all interim leaders.  For each of us, there will come a day in which someone else sits in our chair.  It may be many years down the road, but one day you will be the former leader.

To say we are currently being reminded of this reality is an understatement.  In the past couple of weeks, legendary Super Bowl winning head coaches Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll were respectfully relieved of their duties.  In addition, Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban suddenly retired.

On Friday, the trend continued as we learned Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp would be resigning at the end of this Premier League season. 

Why he resigned is of utmost importance to leaders.  The same thing which he is struggling with affects us all... but it doesn't have to.  Click HERE to learn the most important thing a leader brings to an organization.



December 2023, 204 pages.

English Edition, Paperback

ISBN: 978-1-4648-1998-8.

Price: $43.95

The state, as an owner of businesses, competes and collaborates with the private sector, and this involvement has profound implications for investment and growth. The impact of state participation on an economy’s growth depends on the type of public-private ownership, the types of markets, and the importance of those markets in the economy. The impact also depends on how policies and institutions regulate both the businesses with state ownership and the markets in which they are active.


The Business of the State uses new evidence covering 91 countries from the World Bank’s Global Businesses of the State database to highlight the distinction between businesses of the state and traditionally understood state-owned enterprises. The report analyzes how different ownership forms across sectors and institutional settings affect private investment, productivity, technology adoption, and job creation.


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