New information is always valuable to your strategy in life, business, and the occasional game show. Note: I woke up this morning and found an obituary to game show host Monty Hall of Let’s Make a Deal fame. This is a draft that was buried deep in my queue that I thought might be a […]
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Sure, you know big brother is watching you, but is your business strategy watching big brother? Bombardier woke up this week to a 220 percent tariff on its high end planes, courtesy of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The news was a blow to the company’s share price, and probably a bigger blow to those who depend […]
A fully aware business strategy must consider the trend behind the trend. Finding meta trends can accelerate and sharpen your thinking. Great business strategy is–to put it simply–aware. It is aware of the market, it is aware of capabilities, it is aware of trends: both micro and mega trends. But I’m going to go out […]
A distinct ability to push through when you just don’t want to is a leadership virtue. I played a lot of (American) football a long time ago. One of the annual rituals of a football team is training camp, where the team practices intensely for a number of weeks in preparation for a season of […]
This week’s reads and resources to provoke thoughts on strategy, leadership, life, and other things. Every week, I get to devour a hefty heap of digital content in service to our clients and partners. As I sift through the internet on this mission, I discover things that are relevant to business, strategy, leadership, and life in general. As […]
You know there’s an elephant in the room. You don’t have a strategic plan until you’ve been unreasonable enough to name it.
Big ideas aren’t enough to change things. You need powerful sponsorship.
Relying on unidentified heroics is great for movies, but bad for business strategy.
This week’s reads and resources to provoke thoughts on strategy, leadership, life, and other things.
Many tactics can be mistaken for business strategy.