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Posts Tagged ‘competition

26
Oct

“We’re lucky. Times are good and it’s pretty easy to manage right now.” This is a quote from a member of an executive team I’m working with right now. He’s right, times are good for their business…really good. He’s also right that the steady sales and recurring competitive wins make it reasonably easy to manage […]

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09
Oct

I was listening while a group of executives spoke about how to make their organization more agile. What was interesting, was that most of their comments referred to the speed they needed to move, rather than to their agility. I think it’s important to understand the difference between speed and agility because they serve different […]

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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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01
Jul

  I’m on vacation with the home team.  (Actually, with the Dance Team as both my girls are competing at National Championships this week.)  That provided a great opportunity to introduce you to a new voice.  You’ll recall a few months ago that I shared the story of three new folks joining our team.  They’ve […]

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08
Jun

The 3COze process helps team members understand their styles and needs and the impact they have on team dynamics. We use the Birkman Method® as our tool in this process. This is the fifth in a monthly series where I’ll help you look in the mirror using some of the insights that come through the Birkman®. […]

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