Larry Scott, Pac-12 Commissioner, visits with AthleticDirectorU to discuss a number of items related to conference leadership. Scott touches on the importance of building consensus, "not necessarily unanimity," and addressing criticisms that come with being a visible leader. The conversation also includes thoughts on how he handles criticism, the future of media rights, and much more.
The video is annotated for easy consumption:
0:45 - How do you measure success within the conference?
2:21 - How do you measure success from a qualitative perspective?
3:28 - How do you set and assess goals for the conference?
4:09 - What methods do you use to get all the stakeholders in the conference on the same page?
5:55 - How important is consensus in the decision-making process?
7:11 - Do you bring ideas and issues to the member schools or do they bring those things to you?
9:01 - How do you filter criticism?
10:41 - What are your thoughts on the Pac-12's upcoming media rights conversations?