Monthly Archives: October 2016

How To Sabotage Your Organization

Robert Heinlein wrote “Every generation thinks that it invented sex.”  But, truth be told, there’s nothing new under the sun … at least with regard to human behavior.  In case you think that everything that frustrates you about your organization’s … Continue reading

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The Real Reason For The Demise of Print Media

Along with others, I have been watching the continual demise of the American newspaper. Over time, advertisers have put QR codes and other links into print media to try to measure results. Not perfect, but helpful. Then the issue becomes … Continue reading

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Again With The Power Of Focus

“There is no business that cannot improve its performance by narrowing its focus.” Thus stated David Palmer an original member of our team many years ago. And I keep finding examples to prove he was right. Here is another: New … Continue reading

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No Action Talk Only

My late friend George Nelson used to use that term (No Action Talk Only) as a descriptor for the organization with the same acronym as its name (NATO), and over the years we have applied it to many organizations and … Continue reading

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