I’ve been a Backpack fan for about a year and it’s helped me get organized in some key ways. I tripped across this great list of ways to use Backpack today in the usual round-about way. Saw a link to
Does it matter if one part of your organization is firing on all cylinders and the rest are misfiring? What if all but one part is really humming and then one part is so clogged it’s not even operational? According
I broke out an old favorite for the plane ride…The Fifth Discipline. A great book with some great insights about systems and their inner-workings. You can see from the cover how much our dog Sadie enjoyed it!
Trying a new airline today. ExpressJet. So far, so good. Aisle seat. Exit row. Life’s good. They’ve already got Delta beat. And you gotta love the magazine cover!
It may have just been me…but there was a moment last night when Jack Bauer and Bill Buchanon were heading through the night toward the abandoned oil platform in the helicopter and I flashed on the possibility that they were
So you’ve worked hard to make sure that the right people are on the bus. With all the pressures of an organization like yours, how can you make the decision to move people from one seat on the bus to
One of the assumptions I have about strategy and strategic planning is that there is no problem-free solution. In other words, every solution has a set of problems that accompanies it. How do you determine which solution to use? Most
I don’t fly EVERY week, but I do fly a lot…and I’ve concluded that DELTA is absolutely the lamest. Every other airline I fly enables seat selection and for some reason (maybe so I can learn patience) I was unable
Nothing worse than a middle seat…except a flight from CA to Atlanta in the middle. That’s me saying, ” Dohhhhhh!”
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the power and benefits of forming strategic partnerships. I know in our business the temptation or tendency is to add on a capability (program or service) in the effort to reach a larger