A few years ago, the NY Times interviewed Mark Pincus, founder and recently-replaced chief executive of Zynga. Pincus told the interviewer that one of his key methods of leadership is to make everyone into a CEO in the company. Making a person the CEO of a problem is, I think, very much in keeping with the idea of granting ownership via A3. It ensures that something—and very likely the right thing—will get done. . . . Download PDF to read the full article