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Archive for June, 2016

25
Jun

Facilitating executive teams as they develop their business strategies is one of my favorite things to do.  I love learning about shifting dynamics in individual industries and about macro-trends that cut across all industries. I get charged up when a client connects the dots and sees a unique opportunity to create competitive advantage. I get […]

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22
Jun

I got all excited in my last post about the shady dealings that plague team’s efforts to manage talent effectively; hiding, protecting, hoarding, and stealing good people.  As I was writing, I realized that many of these poor talent practices are supported by organizational cultures and practices that reinforce the wrong behavior.  So today, I’m […]

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19
Jun

A great test of whether or not a leadership team has high trust is how they handle the movement of people across different departments.  More often than not, shady dealings expose the true nature of the relationship, which is essentially collaboration when collaboration serves their individual purposes and then every man for himself when it […]

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15
Jun

You make decisions each and every day about what is the most important priority for your team. At least I hope you do. But I’m starting to worry that many managers aren’t making these decisions. Instead, they’re waiting to make a decision until it’s clear which one single thing is the most important. They’re waiting […]

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12
Jun

If you had nothing but flour and water to eat, you would survive for a while. But combine this flour and water and make it into bread and you would be nourished for a lifetime. This is a paraphrase from the amazing Netflix documentary Cooked, by food journalist Michael Pollan. And it’s the best metaphor […]

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08
Jun

I never thought I would witness a Rock ‘em Sock ‘em battle royale between heavyweight social scientists, but that’s exactly what’s playing out in the media this week. In one corner is Adam Grant, weighing in with a Wharton Professorship, bestselling books, and a regular column in the New York Times. In the other corner […]

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05
Jun

I’ve watched you do it. While you’re presenting your content at the meeting, you’re interested and engaged and you add so much value. I love your passion and your feisty defense of your plan. But then someone else takes the floor and in the blink of an eye you’re a different person. The presentation clearly […]

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01
Jun

A change in team leadership can be highly disruptive. I’m on post three of a three-part series on succession and its impact on teams. I started with what to do (and not do) if you’ve decided to vie for your boss’ job. Next, I spoke about the impact of the succession race on the non-contenders. […]

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