Business strategy

  • Why your open-door policy is a joke by Contributor

    Brian de Haaff explains why true transparency and engagement requires more than merely telling employees your door is always open

  • Six ways to "fail better" by Contributor

    Changing your perspective is key to making failure a stepping stone rather than a breaking point. Aytekin Tank offers six suggestions for how to do it

  • Work smarter and get back in the driver’s seat of your life by Contributor

    In today’s overstretched, overscheduled world, we feel like we are constantly reacting and not really in control of our days

  • The top 7 signs of burnout by Contributor

    In a world of endless scrolling, push notifications, and media overload – New Yorkers aren’t the only ones not sleeping, we’re now living on a planet that doesn’t sleep

  • Are your diversity efforts just lip service? by Contributor

    Diversity is considered nice but not essential when there are bigger fish to fry, such as benchmark analysis and sales growth

  • Strategy isn't just for the C-suite by Contributor

    A significant portion of my strategy development work is with internal functions, a click or two below corporate and business unit strategy: marketing, human resources, purchasing, and even internal strategy groups

  • How effective leaders strengthen relationships with their team by Contributor

    No one wants to go to work every day dreading the amount of time they are going to spend with his or her boss

  • Why innovation remains elusive by Contributor

    If I think about why innovation is so elusive -- the things that prevent a company from building deep innovation capability, it would come down to a half-dozen critical things that are interrelated

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