Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Aug 10, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Aug 10, 2012

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Stop Fighting Your Culture (HBR Blog Network)
Big Idea: Because deeply embedded cultures change slowly over time, working with and within the culture you have invariably…

Stop Fighting Your Culture

Stop Fighting Your Culture

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By Jon Katzenbach, Ilono Steffen, and Caroline Kronley
HBR Blog Network
August 10, 2012

Big Idea: Because deeply embedded cultures change slowly over time, working with and within the culture you have invariably is the best approach. The overall change effort will be far less jarring for all concerned. Simply put, rather…

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Aug 3, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Aug 3, 2012

Posted by: on Aug 6, 2012 | No Comments

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Best Practices For Developing A Dream Team (Fast Company)
Big Idea: In their 30 years of studying leadership, coauthors James Kouzes and Barry Posner have discovered the practices common to the best leaders….

Best Practices For Developing A Dream Team

Best Practices For Developing A Dream Team

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By Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner
FastCompany
August 3, 2012

Big Idea: In their 30 years of studying leadership, coauthors James Kouzes and Barry Posner have discovered the practices common to the best leaders. This article discusses a few from the fifth edition of their “Leadership Challenge” to help you put together…

Editor’s Choices For Week Ending Jul 27, 2012

Editor’s Choices For Week Ending Jul 27, 2012

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Are You Creating Disgruntled Employees?
(HBR Blog Network)
Big Idea: As leaders, our knee-jerk reaction to unfavored (and disgruntled) employees is often — “It’s their own fault!” Our research shows this…

Are You Creating Disgruntled Employees?

Are You Creating Disgruntled Employees?

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By Joseph Folkman
HBR Blog Network
July 23, 2012

Big Idea: As leaders, our knee-jerk reaction to unfavored (and disgruntled) employees is often — “It’s their own fault!” Our research shows this is not always (and often not wholly) the case. Before you settle for letting your dissatisfied people go and cost…

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Jul 20, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Jul 20, 2012

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Before You Start Talking, Think  (HBR Blog Network)
Big Idea: No longer is it enough for executives simply to issue orders. Instead, leaders must explain to their people the strategy that underlies every operational directive. If your employees aren’t sure about…

Before You Start Talking, Think

Before You Start Talking, Think

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By Boris Groysberg and Michael Slind
HBR Blog Network
July 16, 2012

Big Idea: No longer is it enough for executives simply to issue orders. Instead, leaders must explain to their people the strategy that underlies every operational directive. If your employees aren’t sure about where you stand, or about where your…

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Jul 13, 2012

Editor’s Choices for Week Ending Jul 13, 2012

Posted by: on Jul 16, 2012 | No Comments

Article of the Week
Change – 3 Essentials For Every Leader (Innovation Excellence)
Big Idea: Leaders concerned with the cost of change should be far more concerned about the cost of not changing. The best of human…

Change – 3 Essentials For Every Leader

Change – 3 Essentials For Every Leader

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By Mike Myatt
July 9, 2012

Big Idea: Leaders concerned with the cost of change should be far more concerned about the cost of not changing. The best of human ingenuity and accomplishment are experienced through change. To learn, create, advance, develop, and sustain, we must change. If you accept this…

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George Veth
Editor of Organizational Culture

George has been leading consulting practices in the area of corporate performance management for the last twenty years. As a keen observer of advances in technology and its impact on the rise in stakeholder interests in business, he has witnessed firsthand the pent up demand for a revolution in traditional command-and-control management practices. The AdaptableOrg website is a manifestation of his interest to encourage a dialog on reinventing the practice of management – and promoting the competitive advantage found in forward-looking management models.

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