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Competition is healthy for most. Rivalry and war often bring forth innovation, ideas and lessons-learned through unmitigated success and abstract failure. American business leaders since the turn of the century have embraced competition as a necessity for progress and profits. … Continue reading
One hundred and seven years ago, Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto put forth the idea of the 80/20 principle. In his time, this principle was applied to land ownership and even pea pods. Infamous time hacker, best selling author … Continue reading
The U.S. Military is among the very best in the world at mobilizing, equipping, training and growing effective managers and skillful leaders. The military benefits from an active learning laboratory in many worldwide locales that enables real-life, real-time … Continue reading
It can be easy for a manager or leader to lose sight of the importance of individual attitudes and behaviors in the success of any organization. A diligent manager is more apt to focus on the process versus … Continue reading
Being lonely at the top means you’re doing it wrong.
Several times in my professional career I’ve heard peers state that it’s lonely being at the top of the organizational pyramid. My response is always the same: then you’re doing it wrong. A leader (or manager) should never be lonely … Continue reading