Monthly Archives: April 2011

Why Your Org Chart Might Be Distracting from Strategy Execution

I have been spending a decent amount of time recently with political scientists, behavioral economists and their research. Why? Because they study how groups of people make decisions and get things done. During a talk on group behavior this afternoon … Continue reading

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Still Having Trouble Figuring Out the ROI of Using Digital Media? Check Your Organizational Goals.

The return on any investment depends on what return i expect to gain, and how soon i hope to gain it. If the return i hope to gain on running marathons or going to bed early is to get a … Continue reading

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You Might Be Unstrategic If..

Many people think a good strategy or a strategy process must be complicated.¬†As a result, many organizations either institute highly-complicated strategy processes, or they choose not to institute any at all. Either way, the result is usually not good for … Continue reading

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Does our staff know why we need a strategy?

Does our staff know why we need a strategy? A friend wrote this to me yesterday, hinting at the fact that some people in his organization question the need for strategy. More accurately, these people probably question the usefulness of … Continue reading

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