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A Few More Corporate Culture Myths

This is the third (and final) posting on the myths of corporate culture.  You might want to review the first and second posting as well.  These myths are taken from a chapter in my new book – LEVERAGE: The CEO’s Guide to … Continue reading

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A Few More Myths About Corporate Culture

This is the third (and final) posting on the myths of corporate culture.  You might want to review the first and second posting as well.  These myths are taken from a chapter in my new book – LEVERAGE: The CEO’s Guide to … Continue reading

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Leaders and Decisions . . .

One of the obligations of leadership is decisions. Decision making (decision from Latin decidere “to decide, determine,” literally “to cut off,” from de- “off” and caedere “to cut”) can be regarded as the mental processes resulting in the selection of a course … Continue reading

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When a Leading Brand Stumbles . . . It’s the little things

Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt. ~Abraham Lincoln There are two things you should never do when angry.  Open your mouth, or post a blog.  It seems that anger intensifies … Continue reading

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