How many times have you heard people say they want to be innovative, when in reality they don't want to change a thing? Leaders talk at length about their desire to
"Organizations learn only through individuals who learn. Individual learning does not guarantee organizational learning. But without it no organizational learning occurs." I read that this morning at about 3:00 am when
In your business, people are everything. You understand how important it is to paint a clear vision to your customers to get them excited about a way forward with you.
I am going to keep it short and sweet today. I want to talk about the "germ theory" of management. A term I first read about in a book called
Oooh look a squirrel! We all know that as the battle cry for our ADD culture of today, where every shiny thing grabs our attention. I know I am guilty of
More meetings? Hooray! Oh wait, you're NOT saying that? Okay, well hopefully this post will help you out. Remember in my previous post I talked about: Two things that kill productivity? M
Change is hard. If you have ever worked with launching new projects, creating new teams, or just trying to rally people around a new idea, you understand the challenges that