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Getting The Most Value From Your Board

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Most organizations succeed or fail not because of the brilliance or deficiencies of their senior managers, but usually because top management has identified and debated a few key questions (or not), and made a few tough decisions. This insight into managing typically comes from experience, and can be a real competitive edge for an organization. […]

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Ten Tips For Creating Change

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From the amount of literature and media coverage being given to it, you might think that change is a new subject. But, as we all know, change has been with us since the beginning of time. Having said that, however, we must acknowledge that change in our time is different. There is more of it… […]

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What Gets Measured Gets Done

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“What gets measured gets done” … or so the old cliché goes. Although there is some truth to this adage, we sometimes see companies, work groups, teams, etc., fall short of their objectives, even though they have specific measures in place. The principle reason for this is that these groups typically look at measurement as […]

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Revitalizing Your Planning Process

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An organization’s first experience with strategic planning is usually very exiting, filled with optimism and enthusiasm, and can even be emotional for many. Hard work, yes, but new ideas are vigorously discussed and debated, “aha’s” are frequent, and people willingly step forward and volunteer to be part of the process. However, a common complaint we […]

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