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Posted: 02/06/2018
Riaz Khadem
The following excerpt is from Riaz Khadem and Linda Khadem’s book Total Alignment. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | IndieBoundWhen determining accountability within your company, there are two groups that should be held responsible. First, process indicators should be pushed down to the lowest appropriate... Full Content »
Contributor: William Cohen, Ph.D.
Posted: 01/17/2018
The Ambitious
It is one thing to be able to contribute to humankind in challenging work, but that ability is worthless if you can’t demonstrate it. Drucker would have said that it is a societal obligation to make it so. That is, for the maximum number of others to know about and to take advantage of your contributions.Drucker learned from his work with General... Full Content »
Contributor: Frances Hesselbein
Posted: 12/11/2017
Frances Hesselbein ted talk
This column originally published on Leader To Leader Journal and has been updated for MMN.Occasionally, I casually remark in speeches that I have tattoos on both shoulders. I pause and wait for the audience’s shock to become apparent, and then go on to mention that the tattoos are in invisible ink—you can’t see them, but I know they are there... Full Content »
Contributor: Jeremy Hunter, Ph.D
Posted: 12/07/2017
essential management
Editor's Note: This article, the first in a series of articles/webinars by celebrated Drucker-inspired executive effectiveness expert, Dr. Jeremy Hunter, presents the building blocks of self-management and how they fit together to create mindfulness, that is, self-awareness & self-regulation.Dr. Hunter he shows us why and how focused attention... Full Content »
Contributor: Gallup, Inc
Posted: 11/29/2017
inclusion
by Jane MillerAs leaders, we have to ask ourselves an immediate question: What can we do to make workplaces -- and the world -- more inclusive, accepting, warm and inviting?Former Surgeon General Vice Admiral Vivek H. Murthy recently wrote an article for Harvard Business Review titled, "Work and the Loneliness Epidemic." In it, he... Full Content »
Contributor: Editorial Staff
Posted: 11/14/2017
alignment
What does in mean for a company to be in “total alignment”?Riaz Khadem, author of Total Alignment, says it means everyone in the company is highly competent in actions that directly support the strategy of the organization; the strategy supports the shared vision; the shared vision delivers the organization’s purpose; and that purpose is... Full Content »
Contributor: Jamie Nichol
Posted: 11/06/2017
culture
Company culture is not just about providing perks like ping pong tables and team happy hours. While these perks can certainly be present in a high-performance culture, they do not alone represent company culture.So, what is company culture?Simply put, company culture is the set of behaviors that determine how things get done at your... Full Content »
Contributor: Robert Swaim, Ph.D.
Posted: 10/09/2017
change
Overcoming resistance to changes is often one of the biggest challenges for continuous improvement practitioners. In the first of a 4-part series on managing change in the enterprise, Dr. Robert Swaim looks at the reasons organizations change and breaks change down in 6 key areas of impact.Why Organizations ChangeOrganizations change for a number... Full Content »
Contributor: Marshall Goldsmith
Posted: 10/03/2017
Marshall Goldsmith
For the great achiever, it’s all about “me.”For the great leader, it’s all about “them.”Over the years, I have worked with many great leaders as an executive educator and coach. One client, Charlie (not his real name), in particular is still one of my favorites. He is the one who showed the most improvement — and he is the one who I spent the... Full Content »
Contributor: Bruce Rosenstein
Posted: 09/26/2017
worldview
Soaring executive pay. The future of health care. Disappearing manufacturing jobs. Information overload.These are all hot button topics today. They were also subjects written about by Peter Drucker during the mid-1970s to early 1980s, as shown in his 1982 book The Changing World of the Executive.While Drucker contributed to many... Full Content »
Contributor: Sydney Finkelstein
Posted: 08/28/2017
nice boss
Everyone wants a nice boss. And if a nice boss is one who respects me and my work, challenges me to get better and wants to see me grow as both a professional and a leader, then I’m for it too. But too many people look at a hard-charging boss and jump to the conclusion that he or she is a tyrant. Here’s what these people don’t get: just... Full Content »
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