Nearly everyone in the world has a cell phone—63%—and that percentage continues to grow. Watch this short video to hear what with content marketing specialist Michelle Pentz Glave of Glave Communications has to say about creating compelling content to connect with your target audience in today’s hyper-connected world.Read More
One disengaged employee might cost his or her organization $3,400 for every $10,000 in salary, according to Gallup. That amounts to 34%. Earlier this year I met up with Casey Miller of Six and a Half Consulting to get his thoughts on what ingredients make for a Thriving Workplace Culture. Check out this short video and what he had to say.Read More
Ready to reinvent capitalism? Joel Solomon is.
And he explains why in his compelling book, The Clean Money Revolution: Reinventing Power, Purpose and Capitalism, with Tyee Bridge. “Part memoir, part insider’s guide, and part manifesto,” it’s about Joel’s own journey and observations on why the free market needs a restart and the importance of aligning our money with our values. Why? To create a sustainable future that benefits all—rather than a powerful few. It’s not socialism, though, but “clean money;” in other words, “money aligned with a purpose beyond self-interest.”Read More
What’s a BOS?
If you haven’t met the BOS yet, it’s time—because your company’s success depends upon it.
First of all, what is it? A Business Operating System (BOS) refers to how a business operates, both systematically and enterprise-wide. Much like a computer operating system ensures the collection of software and hardware resources on your computer function and work together, the collection of tools and processes and interconnections that get your product or services delivered to your customers is your BOS.Read More
Successful companies don’t just happen. We build them—consciously, carefully and strategically. There’s a recipe, too, if you will, for hitting your highest potential: the nine key principles of the Organizational Excellence Framework.Read More
Don’t stop innovating. Ever. A key area to cultivate in today’s digitally disruptive business environment is a culture of innovation—one that recognizes both success and failure as part of the process. More specifically, as professor Rita Gunther McGrath in her book The End of Competitive Advantage advises, to get it right: “innovation needs to be continuous, ongoing and systematic.”Read More
What is an excellence model, anyway?
An excellence model is a framework that provides a holistic view of the organization. These models bring together the best management principles and practices to provide a common framework that all stakeholders can operate from—and, in a structured and consistent manner—regardless of a company’s size or industry.Read More