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The Power of Interim Management

Published on May 8, 2010 By The Strategy Guy

I was recently speaking with my friends over at Michael Page Interim about the fine art of Interim Management and how the most important aspect of most assignments is affecting change. There are other types of interim assignments but I’ll focus on this need in particular. In these cases an interim assignment must be more […]

Top 3 things to focus on when fixing what’s broken

Published on April 12, 2010 By The Strategy Guy

Having just finished up another successful assignment at a hyper growth enterprise, and noting that the core principles of success were again very similar to many other situations faced over the past +25 years, I thought I’d share my 3 areas of focus. I should add to this that two days before I departed, an […]

How to fix your company in 30 days

Published on April 8, 2010 By The Strategy Guy

Whether you’re a “hired” senior executive or an entrepreneur leading your enterprise to greatness, you’ve probably raised your head from the table more than once and questioned yourself as to “how am I going to fix what’s broken(?)”. And regardless of whether you already have a plan to action on this thought, or not, checking […]

“Chief of Staff”; a CEO accessory or non-negotiable?

Published on January 23, 2010 By The Strategy Guy

Challenges to right, obstacles to the left, investors & competitors on your heels , and your family is crying for some “quality time”. Sound familiar? Reading a very interesting article entitled “Latest CEO accessory: A chief of staff” had me reflect on the role of Chief of Staff. More specifically, it was the opening paragraph […]

Content Rich & Implementation Poor (part 2)

Published on December 26, 2009 By The Strategy Guy

Yesterday I shared my concern over the recent focus & hype on content (tools & frameworks) in sacrifice of implementation & execution. In part 2, I’ll get into some examples of how I’ve gone about in some cases. When I do finally engage in offering solutions, many times I start with recommending a book or […]

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