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How Getting Diversity Wrong Will Kill Your Enterprise

Published on September 5, 2014 By The Strategy Guy

I’ve been working on a Good to Great parallel case-study, focused on Bay Area modern day companies. Of the many the many lessons to highlight, none of them shockingly new by the way, diversity & the implementation process was a critical one that surfaced often. This shouldn’t surprise us, we see it in so many aspects of our […]

35% of Companies are Unnecessarily Blindsided

Published on August 3, 2014 By The Strategy Guy

Thanks to “How quickly does your organization react to challenges?” from thoughtLEADERS, we now know that 35% of companies are blindsided by the challenges that send them into emergency mode. Poll Results – We see challenges as they get close, then we act reasonably quickly: 46% – We don’t see challenges until they become crises, then we […]

7 Reasons Employees Don’t Trust Their Leaders

Published on December 11, 2013 By The Strategy Guy

After coming across 7 Reasons Employees Don’t Trust Their Leaders, I wanted to highlight the following key take-aways.. Disclaimer; Selling Fear Personally, I believe the increased lack of trust in one another within any society is directly correlated to a fear based discourse adopted by (for example) politicians, media & then society (in general) itself. As […]

2 Quick Exercises for Successful Business Execution

Published on October 19, 2012 By The Strategy Guy

the responsibility of management to inspire & nurture a high performance organization. Management’s responsibility to flatten the hierarchy of communication in order to push accountability to the branches that have to execute & deliver results.

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