Larry Baer, the Giants CEO, is one of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) most outstanding sports franchise owners. He has been at this MLB sports franchise for more than two decades and has held various executive positions. San Francisco Giants has undergone tremendous success since Larry assumed its leadership. This top-notch MLB franchise owner was recently interviewed, and he explained his strategies for business success.
Upholding a strict schedule
According to Baer, he has been upholding a strict schedule throughout his business career. He has always been getting up at 6.00 am and starting his day with a workout. Once he is done with the exercise, he takes his breakfast while catching up with the current affairs by going through at least three newspapers.
The SF Giants CEO pointed out that catching up with the current affairs enables him to make informed business decisions during the day.
Fostering a culture of collaboration
This outstanding MLB team CEO said that fostering a culture of collaboration has also been pivotal to his success. He revealed that once he gets to the office, he makes his way from office to office to check on his staff and catch up with the affairs of the company. Larry Baer stated that this allows him to check on the team’s progress on various matters in person. Larry Baer also gains a deeper understanding of the day-to-day activities at the club. Bear spends the rest of his day brainstorming and collaborating with his team on different matters.
About Larry Baer
The Giants CEO started his career in the media industry, working for some of the most recognizable brands in the American broadcasting sector, CBS Inc and Westinghouse Broadcasting. Before this, he had graduated from UC Berkeley with an undergraduate degree and Harvard Business School. In the early 90s, the SF Giants CEO led an entrepreneur ensemble to purchase a majority stake at the MLB team, which birthed his rise to success. Visit this page on LinkedIn, for related information.