Too many cooks can spoil the broth.

Powerful people have trouble working together. Most people who are in the positions of leadership would not want to be followers.

Too many leaders can spoil the momentum. They bring their own sets of beliefs, visions, values, working styles to the table. The time and effort spent to convince everyone is the opportunity cost to the organisation – the organisation end up being stationary, just like the game of tug of war. 

In the fast-paced and dynamic business world, wasted time is worse than wasted money. Different agenda cannot enable the organisation to move forward. 

The ones who will lose out in this game of tug of war are the ones caught in between.

How can you minimise this costly issue? Do you need advice on how to get things moving in the same direction? 

Seek help from Wise Hour on how you can resolve these differences.