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Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
What do you want? Is a simple question. It can be applied to your career, marriage, friendships, recreation and life in general. While simple, many of the answers people give may not be what they want. The answers may be more of a sign of the times.
If we go back 150 years, in the US, when most worked on farms, people may have wanted
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Whether your company has 10 or 10,000 people, everyone needs to be aligned. It does not mean absolute agreement. It means “we” are aligned on how to move the company, department or team forward. The first alignment is to what the organization does. Do we make tires, cars or shoes? Once we know the product or service, we can identify our target market?
While those questions appear simple, if everyone in the company is
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
There is a common belief amongst most corporate executives: “changing corporate culture is one of the most difficult things to do.” Perhaps it’s so difficult because it involves human beings. People are not as simple as changing the oil in your car or the software in your computer. While transforming culture may appear analogous to changing computer software, there are complexities that make them enormously different. With that said, here are 3 aspects that outline some of those differences. Every CEO should consider them before initiating change initiatives.
People come with baggage: Unlike software in a computer, people have been