In this month’s blog, we talk about the level of accountability a leader has to “Put the right people in the right seats on the bus” as the oft-quoted line from Jim Collin’s book “Good to Great” professes. I came across a book several years ago that lays out a game plan to do just that and then some. “The Accountable Leader: Developing Effective Leadership Through Managerial Accountability” by Brian Dive spells out 10 Key Management Accountabilities every leader must have. The first 2 of the 10 speak directly to this aspect of having the right people based on: Deciding who comes onto the team... Deciding who will work where, in which jobs and when.Being an acknowledged supporter of business alignment, the book also identifies 7 Elements of the Decision Making Accountability (DMA) Solution Set that helps leaders align their activities to optimize accountability. The idea is these elements help determine...