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A new strategic management tool: the Embedded Sustainability Index®

Posted: December 9, 2018 at 10:30 am   /   Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E s I substantiated in my book Sustainable Leadership[1], just like  human beings, organizations have Basic Needs that they need to address if they want to legitimately survive. One very specific is the following: “the need that their activity generates value for their stakeholders […]

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Seven Competencies for Leading Quality Improvement

Posted: November 25, 2018 at 3:17 pm   /   Blog, Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E mproving the quality of health care involves many factors. Probably the most commonly discussed enabler of quality is data and the associated issues about quantity, type, accuracy, etc. The role of standards and guidelines are also often referenced. And let’s not forget patient […]

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4 Qualities Every Effective Leader Exhibits

Posted: July 1, 2018 at 2:45 pm   /   Blog, Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E The Essence of Leadership… I have deployed many productivity improvement programs for business. In doing so, I have trained and coached employees from scratch and had them engage projects that solved all kinds of problems. The result: improved profitability, meaningful jobs, and economic […]

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Enterprise Transformation: Mastering Fear to Succeed

Posted: June 17, 2018 at 2:27 pm   /   Blog, Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E Patrick Krzyzosiak has given permission to reproduce his article. The English entry (given below) is a short summary of the blog and a reasonably faithful translation of some of his shares on LinkedIn. French version of the article has also been reproduced following […]

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Be Like Mentor

Posted: March 9, 2018 at 4:42 pm   /   Blog, Leadership

A Presentation “Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.” ~ John Crosby View Online An effective mentoring program supports the development of leaders while simultaneously fostering healthy work relationships.  It helps develop the strategic direction and continuing growth of the company through succession planning.  A […]

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How Do You Know If You’ve Created a Meaningful Challenge?

Posted: January 21, 2018 at 7:07 am   /   Blog, Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E Have you ever issued what you thought was an inspiring challenge for your team, only to discover they were underwhelmed and far from motivated? Many organizations that have mission statements displayed in their lobby, company values laminated on the back of employee badges, […]

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The Biggest Obstacle: Leading vs. Managing

Posted: May 4, 2017 at 6:22 pm   /   Blog, Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E The Biggest Obstacle: Leading vs. Managing They each have a central role to play, but sequence matters he year: 1989. Florida Power & Light had just won the Deming Prize, Japan’s national quality award, and became the first overseas company to do so. […]

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Impact Report – The effect of Communication and Relationships on Organizational Results

Posted: February 3, 2017 at 10:23 am   /   Blog, Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E his special report highlights the role and importance of communication and the core reasons for relationship problems. For the interest of our readers, a copy of the “impact Report” has been posted here! About the author: Marlene Chism Author, Management Consultant, International Speaker, […]

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A Systems Perspective to Leadership and Strategy

Posted: January 6, 2017 at 10:03 pm   /   Blog, Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E recently read a summary of an interview with Wharton Professors Harbir Singh and Mike Useem. The interview relates to their new book, The strategic leaders roadmap. In the book they contend that successful senior executives must  be capable of integrating strategic thinking with […]

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How To Lead A Change?

Posted: November 21, 2016 at 4:58 pm   /   Blog, Leadership

G U E S T  A R T I C L E hange is difficult. Even if you manage to start a new change with enthusiasm, it often falls apart after the honey moon phase. It’s kind of like setting a New Year’s resolution to go to the gym, and only going once. Promoting a […]

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