This final chapter pulls together the main themes of the book. It is organized under four main themes: (1) What are the crucial elements of the JLP model, how is leadership exercised and how, within such a model, are managers held to account? (2) What are the implications of the model for business performance? (3) How do managers view the nature and importance of partner engagement and democracy? (4) What are the lessons to be drawn from this case example of a stakeholder-oriented organization for policy makers and practitioners and can the positive attributes of the model be replicated elsewhere?
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