Dysfunctional teams are a way to leave money on the table – and more than you might imagine. Such teams find it difficult to agree and reliably follow through. Too many members are more focused on their issues (the I’s) and not a team player. With
“Do you want this done fast or right?” How often do you get this question from your leadership team and staff? And how often do you answer: “Yes!” In other words, you don’t want to compromise on either aspect - making mistakes is not an option, yet
As you move into a new year with your leadership team, have you thought about what makes some people more successful than others? This has been top of mind for me recently. I have written about getting the right people, but not with the perspective
Gallup studied 2,500 entrepreneurs to understand the actions and decisions that lead to bigger, more valuable businesses. One of the many things they discovered is how the psychology and innate talents of the entrepreneur affect business outcomes.
Making toast doesn’t sound very complicated — until someone asks you to draw the process, step by step. Tom Wujec loves asking people and teams to draw how they make toast, because the process reveals unexpected truths about how we can solve our
One of the biggest challenges for many companies is a lack of strategic focus. We say, "yes" to too many things. The result is reduced business performance, ineffective ways of working, and indecision among our teams. This leads inevitably to