Archive: May 2011

  • May 30, 2011

When on Fire, Practice Judo!

Philip Anschutz, the American businessman with an estimated net worth of $7 billion, started in the oil business drilling his own wells. His first efforts in the 60s were unsuccessful, …

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  • May 23, 2011

Competitive Intelligence

Things are changing so fast today there are three worlds in simultaneous transition: 1. Your organization’s world Market conditions shift constantly and sometimes dramatically. Revenue streams and profit margins sometimes …

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  • May 16, 2011

Revolutionizing the World of Work

Here in Washington, DC, just two blocks north of the White House I co-hosted a two-day workshop with Steve Denning last Thursday and Friday, Revolutionizing the World of Work. The …

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  • May 8, 2011

All Aboard!

Why does the conductor yell, “All aboard?” Because it doesn’t really matter where the train is going if the passengers are not on the train! Are you doing what it …

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  • May 2, 2011

Accelerating Buy In and Participation

There are many ways to get people involved besides coercion, putting someone in a tight spot, or otherwise using negative reinforcement. The most powerful kind of participation is that which …

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