Category: Strategy

How To Develop a Leadership Culture

You undoubtedly have noticed that holiday gatherings seem to trigger inquiry, discussion and reflection. It’s a natural response to the end of the year and the relaxed mindset that prevails. Profit has been made, annual closure is near and a look back is appropriate and natural. But two founders share their grief and chided themselves for a tight and singular focus on technical competency. They said, “ We worked so hard getting the technical and business side perfected, we ignored the people side. Now we’re overwhelmed with people problems.”………………… view article


3 Secrets of Constructive Meetings

People’s eyes roll and I hear complaints about meetings and almost in the same breath I hear the denunciation over the lack of communication. Clearly we must create new ways to hold Constructive Meetings. view article


Coworkers Affect Productivity

A study by Taskworld, a group that measures performance ultimately to improve execution, announced the results of its 2014 Productivity Impact Study that analyzed how Coworkers Affect Productivity. Here are some of the findings on how Coworkers Affect Productivity and my comments toward performance and productivity. It seems that coworkers have an……………………………………………………… view article


Leader’s Most Important Work

There are probably as many ideas about a leader’s most important work as there are people. However, there is no denying how a leader’s behavior influences and even dictates the performance of an organization and the results manifested. I submit, a leader’s most important work is……………………………… view article


Create The Future Now

Our future is not set in stone. Our daily decisions—the systems we support, the actions we take, habits, traditions all contribute to and create our future. And..what’s the best way to predict the future? Doing the same things over and over is not going to create the future. Kodak tried that when they…………………….. view article