TWO Year Anniversary
Thank you for your support of MOVE. I launched it two years ago in New York City with an exciting store front display on 5th Ave. Wow, I was so grateful for that experience! Read More “Good news. Thank you. And a favor.”
Something that has been on my mind recently is that so many executives are reluctant to have real conversations with their organizations. They prefer a “just go do it” type of interaction.
I have written about this here on the blog as well as in my book MOVE and even gave a TEDx talk about the value of unstructured conversation in successfully driving strategy. Read More “Did you have the fight yet?”
There is a specific and unfortunately common type of corporate behavior where people substitute sounding smart in a meeting for actually contributing work.
People will come to meetings with lots of insight and data – and good intentions. Read More “Collectively Admiring the Problem”
Many companies that I talk to have issues with effective decision making — They want to make better decisions. They want to make them faster. And they want them to stick.
While leaders often need to make decisions with incomplete data, one of the common issues I see is that decisions are made without learning all the data that IS knowable, and without enough support of the team. Read More “Avoiding Decision Stall: Debate vs. GO”
The Monday MOVE Idea: Communication vs. Conversation
Each Monday until the launch of my upcoming book MOVE (Tomorrow!!!), I’m sharing an important idea from the book.
Read More “Communication vs. Conversation: The Monday MOVE Idea”
The right measure of communication success is never about how clearly you think you have communicated.
I really like this quote from Mary Anne Radmacher.
I write this in a week when all of my best laid plans and commitments have been washed away by the flooding rains and power outages in California. Read More “Coping with a difficult business situation”