Tag Archives: Strategy

Restoration Hardware: When New and Different Got in the Way

I enthusiastically answered the knock on the door from UPS. Instead of a birthday surprise, I was handed a three inch thick …

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Does Your Team Have Too Many Tacticians & Not Enough Strategists?

I often hear this from executives: “My managerial team needs to be more strategic. I have managers who are fine at executing, …

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Six Signs You Undervalue Implementation

Business heroes are often the innovators and the visionaries that set the next strategy. Yet, 90% of strategies fail because of execution. …

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Whose Vision Is It Anyway?

It was posed to me recently, that Vision Statements really only find their place in the wheelhouse of CEO’s, Strategists or Entrepreneurs …

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What Does Being a “Strategic Leader” Really Mean?

Facebook’s recent purchase of Instagram has made headlines recently when they purchased the popular photo-sharing site for a cool $2 Billion Dollars. …

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Leadership Lessons from Moneyball

Moneyball is a really good movie that is surprisingly more about shaking up the status quo than just baseball.  The movie is about Billy Beane, …

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