continuous leader

continuous leader

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′lēd·ər]
(geophysics)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
TWEB is a continuous leader in the industry because of its unsurpassed egg quality and the unique bond they build with their generous egg donors, intended parents, and reputable clinics.
Radosta wrote the first lines of code for mumms Hospice Software over 25 years ago and has been a continuous leader in the hospice software and EMR field.
As a continuous leader in the data security technology space, SSH has intentions to add new feature sets to SSH Tectia client/server solution, SSH Tectia Manager and SSH Tectia for IBM Mainframe, to further increase its enterprise-class solution set by reducing TCO and creating easier IT deployment and integration over other Secure Shell vendors or OpenSSH implementations.
He offers hope, however, when he contends that a new leadership style is beginning to surface to address the onset of perpetual unrest: Continuous leader. Put succinctly, the goal of the Continuous change-leadership style is to generate a sustainable adaptation capacity to ensure that the change initiative at hand does not consume all of the organization's assimilation resources.

Full browser ?