Roles or Rolls: You Decide

Defining roles in an organization for every single employee is mandatory. Those that don’t operate at their peril. The risk of not operating with clearly defined roles — is employees' rolling right out of the organization! This was far less common just five years ago. Still, with all the evaluations and workplace changes employees and employers [...]

Looking at your organization from 35,000 feet

A high-level perspective can reveal your organization’s parts and pieces and can assist you in identifying what is in alignment and what isn’t. Of all the principle foundations you could choose to begin, vision is often the missing dimension that prevents an otherwise effective organization from excelling. Perhaps your organization has excellent products and service support [...]

All emphasis equals no emphasis

  When an organization has far too many strategic initiatives and projects underway, it will overload the organization’s capacity to produce them. Michael Porter wrote, “If the essence of strategy is choosing what not to do then the essence of execution is not doing it.”  That might sound simple, but the fact is most organizations [...]

How to move from what’s now to what’s next

  Wouldn’t it be great if we could decide just six things each day that would lead to our success? Well, we can. The result of these critical questions would mean that instead of getting stuck in a strategic challenge, we could find a way to unclog, unblock, and release us from what holds us [...]

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