Last week, I wrote an article entitled “Leader: You Need to Lose Weight” where
Do you know an organization that isn’t going through some form of disruption or
The ideas in this blog post are me trying to flesh out my thinking
Bob Quinn is a management professor at University of Michigan. He has devoted his
Consider the following quote: (In fact, in the comments, let me know whether or
Most people develop habits and most organizations develop policies to keep the train moving along in inertia. But here is the problem: as the external world changes, and as our habits and policies stay in inertia, our inertia takes us on the course of “slow death.” Over time, our habits and policies fail to meet the demands of our external environment.
If we truly want to be extraordinary, we have got to seek out, embrace, and encourage positive change.