Tag Archives: leadership processes

The Hidden Dimension of Strategy Validation

(Note:  This blog was published for the first time several years ago, but it is still timely. Enjoy) The logic of validation allows us to move between the two limits of dogmatism and skepticism. ~Paul Ricoeur It is too often … Continue reading

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The Nose Knows . . .

Several months ago I attended a panel discussion at London Business School hosted by the UK Turnaround Management Association.  On the panel were experts from the various professions brought in to deal with distressed companies – legal, operational, financial, advisory, banking and … Continue reading

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Not McKinsey again . . . Upwards Feedback

A while back I wrote a blog about how it seems to me that McKinsey&Co. is becoming more of a publishing house than a value-add consulting firm.  Well, recently I received another article from the McKinsey Quarterly, this one titled  “Top … Continue reading

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