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How to Teach Decision Making

So you want your people to make good decisions?

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Become the Chief Storyteller

Right down the street from our San Francisco office there’s an international consulting firm that helps clients “develop radically better businesses.” Called Wolff Olins, they have one of the most interesting types of C-level executives in the city: a Chief Storytelling Officer.

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Assets for No Cost

Many of us have worked in companies where the executives all but hid in their offices and let only the bare minimum of carefully controlled information trickle out.

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How to Find What 77% of Us Seek

This year, according to a study by Deloitte University Press, 77% of businesses globally are restructuring their organization.

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How AI Will Affect Your Business Within 5 Years

Technology has already changed business completely. Everyone knows that.

But the real revolution is yet to come.

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How to Tell If You Have a Winning Strategy

One of the more interesting books I have read on strategy recently is “Playing to Win” by Procter and Gamble CEO A.G. Lafley and Roger Martin. The book uses case studies from Procter and Gamble’s history to demonstrate how to create a winning strategy.

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How to Link Core Values and Culture

Core Values are one of the cornerstones of a strong, healthy organizational culture. Their importance is often underestimated, even though they can change your business from being a place where people just “turn up and check out” into a dynamo where your people are energized by their contribution.

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5 Ways to Improve Strategy Execution

A new book published by Harvard Business Review Press, Strategy that Works, documents research on successful strategy execution.

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The Secret to Confidence in Business

No one—not rock stars, not professional athletes, not software billionaires, and not even geniuses — ever makes it alone.

― Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers

Working with new people is one of my favorite things about starting a company. Watching your crew engage with your vision is a beautiful thing. I love it w

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HR Executives to the Rescue

There’s a perfect storm brewing for employers, and it’s likely that the companies who weather it best will attribute their success to the stewardship of their Human Resources executives.

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