Early in my career, I thought that the smartest, brightest people were always in charge. I was fortunate to work for some real solid leaders who “knew their stuff”. And in that era, in the Information Services industry (as it was called then), technical know-how was of paramount importance. But
In today’s global marketplace, products & services, business plans & models, technologies are easily replicable so not too much is very unique – for very long. If you want to stand out amongst your competition you must replicate the one thing that your competitors don’t have. That is your team. And
https://youtu.be/mlKKAyEHIkw Earlier this month my family and I had a fantastic vacation in Colorado. It’s one of the most beautiful places on earth. But we were a little disappointed with the weather. They were still experiencing a late winter. In fact, we had snow one day, in June! Because of
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? And
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.