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Feb 9, 2013 by admin
What I have noticed in helping organizations define and/or execute a strategy is that often the strategy is at odds with the stories within the organization. Organizations have strategies and organizations tell stories but often ...
5 hours ago by Dale Furtwengler
I've been a long-time critic of Walmart's low-price strategy so it's only fair that I recognize them for what they're doing well if they are, indeed, rebranding. Here are .... You and your organization do a much better job than they ever will. If you doubt
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Sep 18, 2013 by Robert Tipton
Maybe it's that I spend most of my time working with government agencies, utilities, healthcare organizations and education systems — but these groups seem to be among the best at being “change-proof” because of their culture of “I'll wait you
out…” It's the fear of the ... As such, the process of creating leadership alignment, casting powerful, compelling, unified visions, developing relevant strategies, and building comprehensive, resource-committed plans is needed.
Nov 21, 2013 by Rosemina Nazarali
JoAnn Corley authored Organizational Strategies for the Overwhelmed to help people learn and maintain the skills they need to get organized, which in turn helps to reduce stress.
Nov 13, 2013 by Charles H. Green
This is an abridged version of the opening chapter – "The Business Case for Trust" – of the just-published Trust, Inc.: Strategies for Building Your Compa.
Nov 26, 2013 by Editor
Every organization must make significant investments in its talent to be successful. Success requires visionary leaders, not only in the C-Suite but through exceptional talent at all levels. There must be not only organizational strategies but also ...
Jun 20, 2013
In conjunction with Denson's decision to retire, the Company also announced strategic changes in its executive management team as part of the Company's long-term organizational strategy to align the business to continue to ...
5 hours ago by Phil Fersht
The onus shifts from cost to value; from defense to attack; from conservative to bold; from tactical to strategic; from efficiency to innovation. And, with the current recovery, perhaps most significantly, the very nature of a company's cost base is
shifting from inside to outside of the organization. For decades, enterprise ... Previously worked at AMR Research (Gartner Inc), Deloitte Consulting's BPO Advisory Services, the Everest Group and IDC . In 2010, Phil was named ...
Nov 18, 2013 by Ben Roselle
In fact, not achieving results as promised is the second most frequent reason why 50 percent of leaders new to their positions fail. This includes leaders promoted into a new position, as well as those hired from outside the organization.
Nov 22, 2009 by Don Shapiro
Structure supports strategy. If an organization changes its strategy, it must change its structure to support the new strategy. When it doesn't, the structure acts like a bungee cord and pulls the organization back to its old strategy. Strategy follows
structure. What the .... Questions? Schedule a phone conversation with Don Shapiro, President of First Concepts Consultants, Inc., to answer your questions and explore how this strategy and structure discussion relates to your organization.