Click Here To Tell EVERYONE How I’m Doing

Ever see this on the email signature of a frontline employee? “Click here to let my manager know how I’m doing.” Funny how you never see that on a manager’s email. Or a vice president’s email. Or the CEO’s, for that matter. Imagine that for a minute. The CEO could have a link at the bottom […] Read moreRead More»

Efficiency Kills Companies

A wise CEO believes, “A role for everyone, and everyone in her role.” …Or does he? Think of how that plays out in the enterprise. The CEO is in charge of everything, of course, and so he has a number of top executives reporting to him, each in charge of one area within the business. […] Read moreRead More»

Dear Chairman: It’s Time For A New CEO. Here’s Why.

Chances are good that the downturn of 2007-2008 caught your company off guard. Most firms I know were heavily into growth mode when the music suddenly stopped and there was a mad scramble for the remaining chairs. Yes, companies play musical chairs just like kids at a party. You can’t grow while seated, and when […] Read more… Read More»

Leaders: Do You Get The Leftovers?

People who are eager to add value and grow want to work here. Our competitors get the other folks. –  Morning Star employee Leaders: the struggle for profits, market share, shareholder value and stock price starts – and ends – with the competition over talent. Does your company attract people who are eager to add […] Read moreRead More»

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