[ON THE RUN? Download here, print and read later] Why do I have a problem with productivity? OR How can I improve productivity in my company to achieve greater results? These are recent questions from several of my clients. And, in fact, I have
Recently I have experienced a wave of blogs, news articles, pundits, entrepreneurs and business executives saying that business plans are not necessary for smaller faster growing companies–a waste of time! They justify this viewpoint by pointing out
Your success is the sum total of all the decisions you make! To make good decisions, you need good data. That’s a given, right? But what data should you be looking at? Today, companies have an untold number of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to
NO. A simple word, but hard to say and act upon. Yet it is a key to our focus and ultimately to our success. Steve Jobs advised his many followers "Say no to a thousand things." What are you saying "no" to? No, we don't take clients like that.
How many times have you heard the expression: "good enough for government work?" Often I am sure. Can it apply to your business or other activities? I know that is not your standard of excellence. Most of the time you strive for better than 90
Scott Adams, creator of the infamous cartoon character Dilbert, explores the difference between goals and systems in his new book How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life. Example: Losing 10 pounds is a goal -