Heading out to Willow’s A2 Conference today. A totally different conference than they’ve ever done. All about innovation. Way more interactive. Q and A built in to lots of the sessions. Should be a good time. See you there?
Earlier this month I posted on a new book out by Glen Hiemstra called Turning the Future Into Revenue: What Business and Individuals Need to Know to Shape Their Futures. Heard about it on a Management Craft podcast. It came
"You cannot substitute agility for strategy. If you don’t develop a strategy of your own, you become part of someone else’s strategy…The absence of strategy is fine, if you don’t care where you’re going." Alvin Toffler
Kathy Sierra has a great post today on The Zone of Mediocrity. You’ve got to take a look at it! So many of us are dealing with just this struggle in what we’re doing. Under the heading of YOU CAN’T
Here’s the latest from Purpose: The Starting Point of Great Companies: Purpose…makes action easier because it creates a shared understanding about what is important. This… stimulates initiative and cooperation, helps employees stick to the point, and makes many irritating bureaucratic
Ever find yourself trading away the long term in order to take care of the short term? We’ve all been there. It happens when the desperation of the moment overwhelms the needs of tomorrow. What if anything can be done
Interested in the idea that purpose is the starting point of great companies? If so, check out the Purpose Profiler.
Picked up a new book this week. Interesting stuff. Purpose: The Starting Point of Great Companies Built on an interesting premise, that "purpose is preparation for doing what is right and what is worthwhile. As such it creates a sense
What’s your implementation speed? Are you the "Ready. Aim. Fire." type? Or are you more of the "Ready. Fire. Aim." type? We were having a great conversation yesterday…the really good kind that leads either to a great idea or a
How do goals work where you are? Do you have annual goals? Monthly goals? Or maybe you’re in a goal-free zone! Compared to the corporate world, I’d bet that most of our organizations probably tend toward annual goals and they