I remember a definition I once heard of auditors.  It was said that they came in after the battle and shoot the wounded.  (My apologies to all of the auditors out there.)   Recently the term came up again.  It was used in terms of a leader that comes in afterRead More →

Invert Your Org Chart

While we all say we work on high-performing teams, statistics prove that this is simply not the case.  According to numerous studies, fewer than 20% of teams are considered “high performing”.  And as many as half of all teams are considered “dysfunctional”.  What is the problem with so many teams?  AndRead More →

If leaders implementing change recognize these factors, they are far more likely to not only succeed, but have a highly motivated workforce behind them to make it happen.