With spring well underway, many people have started their annual home spring cleaning ritual. Have you ever thought about doing a spring cleaning for your business? Spring is a great time for business leaders to examine routines, learn from past mistakes, and make improvements to create a more productive and successful company. Clean out your » Read More
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Thirty years ago when the notion of improving processes began to get traction in the U.S., it held great promise. But one problem has kept the promise from becoming a full reality. It’s too complicated! Read more….
Scott McKain has exercised some leadership initiative and introduced a refreshing stream of ideas into the business landscape with Collapse Of Distinction: Stand out and move up while your competition fails. There is a great tendency in our culture to copy the winners; to try to reproduce the success they have had by imitation. That » Read More
How can you remain strategic in our current economic environment? How can you position your business to handle the events of an uncertain future with tighter budgets, fewer employees, and higher productivity demands? How can you remain competitive, much less improve your position in light of our current times? One great strategic skill you can » Read More
“It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed.” – Napoleon Hill With thousands of layoffs announced each week, it is easy for fear to penetrate even the most hopeful and optimistic business owner. What will happen if unemployment exceeds 10% for 6 months or more? Do you » Read More
Listening to Steve Chandler speak about his new Club Fearless and reading the book by the same name gives me a lot of ideas. Steve makes the point that “Yes” and “No” are like heads and tails. You can’t have one without the other. There is no such thing as a coin with no tails. » Read More