In any organization, it is helpful to envision a desired future, which can then be translated into broadly defined goals or objectives for employees, teams and managers. To be successful, leaders must be strategic in how their resources, including talent, can be utilized to best advantage. In this issue of Executive Edge, we look at how to develop a systematic approach to strategic development. Topics include creating positive patterns, crafting your own strategy, not blindly using others’ strategies, differentiating your company, and combining ideas from different places.
In the era of productivity apps like Slack, Teamwork, Asana, this was supposed to be the period when we finally said goodbye to email. And yet, email just keeps hanging around. It’s comfortable, it’s familiar, it’s (somewhat) efficient, and it combines short-form communication with the ability to craft more thoughtful, long-form content. But just like […]
Everybody loves leaders. We read all the leadership books, listen to all the leadership podcasts, and soak up all the knowledge and wisdom we can about what makes a leader truly great. But managers? Those we have fallen a bit out of love with. The much-maligned manager is actually an essential role that’s not done […]
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