Take Time for a 24-Hour Holiday Re-Boot

“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more.” —Oprah Winfrey In business, we are always in the pursuit of improvement: having more, being better, going faster, doing things cheaper, and so on. As a result, when you take the time sit back and look at business life

Communication Salmonella – Tips to Avoid Serving Undercooked Information

Why is it that we know we shouldn’t serve up undercooked meat, but we struggle with serving up undercooked information? This past weekend, my family came into the house and were welcomed with the delectable aroma of something baking in the oven. It wasn’t anything fancy – a nice little

Flying In The Face of Data: Why The Logical Choice Isn’t Always The Right Choice

In a world where everyone has virtually unlimited information at their fingertips, we are living in the most data-driven society ever imagined. Whether it be through an online price calculator, or comparing products side-by-side on Amazon, or just looking up facts on Google, people consult data to answer seemingly every

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How to Measure and Evaluate Organization Transformation Effectiveness

Organization change is a big and complex undertaking. It is easy to get caught up in the process itself, especially when the transformation takes place over the course of months or years. But ultimately, it’s essential to stay focused on the reason for the change. At some point, the time