By Ranjay Gulati, Harvard Business Review
GE Healthcare learned how working in silo’s can impact the customer experience.
By the Korn Ferry Institute
The success or failure of an organization is directly linked to it’s highest executives.
This landmark study looks at how to best develop your key executives.
By the Center for Talent Innovation
This is the executive summary of the research that we discussed on Little Round Top.
By Jason Schloetzer & Edward Ferris, The Conference Board Director’s Notes
Some believe Lee lost at Gettysburg because of the succession emergency caused by Stonewall Jackson’s death months before. Don’t lose your battles because of an unexpected succession crisis.
By Gary Hamel & C.K. Prahalad, Harvard Business Review
Many of the companies that have risen to global leadership over the past 20 years focused their alignment around “strategic intent.” This is the ground-breaking article on how and why strategic intent works.
By James Waldroop & Timothy Butler, Harvard Business Review
Coaching—helping to change the behaviors that threaten to derail a valued executive — is often the best way to help that person succeed.
By Vijay Govindarajan & Hylke Faber, Harvard Business Review
Many leaders don’t recognize that we often need to give something up — a belief,
attitude or behavior — in order to achieve a new level of performance. Learn from Lincoln how this is this done.
By Dave Snowden
The complexity framework covers simple, complicated, complex, and chaotic decision-making
By Kendra Cherry
This article describes the eight different “symptoms” that were used as our finger shoot activity.
An easy-to-facilitate process from Liberating Structures on minimum specifications.