I’ve Been Thinking

Failure is the Friend of Innovation

Published July 26, 2014 According to a recent survey by KPMG LLP, although executives are increasingly confident about their companies and the broader economy, they are concerned about competition and their products' relevance long-term. I find that my clients must innovate in today's new normal business environment, if only [...]

2020-10-05T20:20:01+00:00July 26, 2014|Categories: I've Been Thinking|

A Tip to Make Sure Innovative Service Remains Top of Mind

Published July 18, 2014 According to today's Wall Street Journal, Amazon is thinking of offering an unlimited reading service - a game changer! Amazon certainly epitomizes innovation as they continue to make waves with Sunday deliveries, the possibility of drones, and now unlimited reading services. According to my new [...]

An Immediately Implementable Tip to Retain Your Top Supply Chain Talent

Published July 11, 2014 According to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers survey, 63% of CEOs in 68 countries are concerned about the future availability of key skills at all levels. This not only supports my firm's skills gap research but also is proven true on a daily basis with my clients, [...]

Project Management Coaching Best Practices

Published in "Project Times" website, August, 2012Click here for original article. In speaking to an ExecSense audience recently about coaching, I realized that coaching is not only relevant to COOs but can be the difference between success and failure on any project or for any project leader. In today’s [...]

2020-10-19T17:01:05+00:00May 9, 2013|Categories: I've Been Thinking, Process|
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