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Growing a Culture of Value Creation

Growing a Culture of Value Creation

If we are going to grow a value-creating culture, we need to see that organizations exist to create value, not just to get things done.  If what we are doing isn’t valuable, then it likely is waste.  As leaders, we want to help our teams, organizations, and...

Optimizing High-Performance Teams to Meet Business Challenges

Optimizing High-Performance Teams to Meet Business Challenges

Jim Collins, in his book Good to Great, identifies only a small number of companies that create an extraordinary level of success compared to the mainstream. It’s possible but rare. There is an even bigger challenge for teams and organizations – survival. The business...

Blending Operational Excellence with Innovation

Blending Operational Excellence with Innovation

Focusing on excellence in operational performance is the primary focus of most organizations, but it is a different area of skill, type of conversation, mood and energy than innovation conversations. These two skill areas overlap more easily when the operational work...

Reawakening the Citizen

Reawakening the Citizen

From guest blogger, Craig Miller. Most managers I meet (and I include myself) were promoted not because we had management talent, but because we were better than the rest at performing tasks and getting things done. The brutal moment in a manager’s life is when we...

Daring Not to Know

Daring Not to Know

As a citizen of our community, we must look deeper than solutions, we must look in ourselves for the interpretations, values, and habits that are part of the challenges.
We Don’t Have Time To Rush Part 8 of 9

We Don’t Have Time To Rush Part 8 of 9

We hope to promote new conversations for creating our future that not only addresses the coming predicaments, but also the presumptions of what it is to be human and what is a good life.
We Don’t Have Time To Rush Part 7 of 9

We Don’t Have Time To Rush Part 7 of 9

We can organize for a good life, harmony with nature and each other, and a rediscovery of meaning in the cultivation of human virtue, celebration of human excellence, and the joy of connection and community.