Tag Archives: Ian Walsh

Inspired !

My last post concerned the principle of “shadow of the leader”, with a perfect example coming from a recent outing to the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall in London to watch the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra perform Beethoven’s Symphony … Continue reading

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“Who’s Missing from this Meeting?”

Most business strategy and operations meetings are packed, standing room only, mainly because everyone wants to represent their function, protect their departmental budgets, and push for their ideas on strategy and products.  The room is full of people, ideas, and … Continue reading

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Hire for Excellence, not Just Experience

Like most of the people on the planet with television access I have been watching the 2012 Summer Olympics and since I live in London I have been fortunate to also attend live in the new Olympic park.  To say … Continue reading

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