Kenna Griffin — December 6, 2019 When your staff isn’t performing the way you think they should or as well as you know they can, it’s time for you to take a look in the mirror. What are you doing as a leader that’s encouraging or supporting these behaviors? In other words, how are you … Continue reading Why Using the ‘Forbidden Phrase’ Just Makes You Look Bad
Nagesh Sharma — October 29, 2019 Follow @just4nagesh As promised, here is part two of the three-part blog series, inspired by the writings of John C. Maxwell, “The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth: Live Them and Reach Your Potential.” I’m humbled for the appreciation and love my readers have shown for the previous blog post. … Continue reading The Law of Intentionality, Environment, and Consistency
JoAnn Corley — October 7, 2019 Follow @joann corley I was having a conversation with my step-son a few months back – getting an update on how his business was doing. He’s part of a family owned business and was next in line to take over when his in-laws retired. He’s very motivated and has … Continue reading An Essential Management Tip You Absolutely Must Use
From the expanding and complicated regulatory landscape to OTT and streaming’s effect on broadcast advertising, this year’s Cannes ushered in a renewed sense of urgency and purpose. Dallas Lawrence on June 27, 2019 The biggest global gathering of advertising industry professionals wrapped up this past weekend as the major players that drive the half trillion … Continue reading The glass was half full at Cannes this year: 3 trends on everyone’s lips
Ed Muzio — June 13, 2019 Follow @edmuzio — June 13, 2019 Boiled down to its essence, management is a system of managers operating in concert, constantly adjusting resources based on new information coming in to keep the business on target. It involves coordinating complex efforts, enabling group work, and constantly asking the question, “What’s … Continue reading Want a Fast, Flexible, and Focused Management Team? Teach Them to Iterate
Sarah Bircher — June 10, 2019 — June 10, 2019 Understanding our thinking style to be more effective communicators and leaders Have you ever had a boss who talks so much and shares so many ideas that you never seem to know what to act on? Or have you been in an organization that requires … Continue reading Internal vs. External Processing: What is Your Thinking Style?
Greg Cline — April 15, 2019 — April 15, 2019 Tumisu / Pixabay As Digital transformation remakes manufacturing, so too does it recreate quality management. Despite this exciting change, Aberdeen’s Quality Management benchmark study findings reveal that Best-in-Class organizations still strongly embrace quality management fundamentals (culture, attitudes). The Best-in-Class Edge Begins with Quality Culture… The … Continue reading Quality Management Excellence Starts with Culture and Attitudes