Tag Archives: adaptable process

Sense And Respond; Or Wonder What Happened

I was looking back through some files and found an article from the July/August 2011 issue of The Harvard Business Review: “Adaptability: The New Competitive Advantage.” I’m sure I kept it because its basic premise: the need for flexible, adaptable, … Continue reading

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The Problem With Process Management

When we first talk with people about applying process management, they often think rigid processes or bureaucracy. People also can show countless examples of process gone wrong. My friend Allan Hauge, Vistage Chair in St. Louis, tipped me off to … Continue reading

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Navy SEALS and adaptable processes

When we talk about process for the first time to people tasked with improving marketing performance, their first thought is that this will somehow remove the “creative” part of marketing. Not true. Many Marketing processes need flexibility and adaptability and as such, … Continue reading

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