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Corporate Culture as an IED

“The greatest producer of casualties on the battlefield in the 20th century was artillery, and my assessment is the IED is the artillery of the 21st century,”  ~Lt. Gen. Michael Barbero An IED is an Improvised Explosive Device, or in simple … Continue reading

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The 3rd Deadly Sin of Poor Leadership . . .

In a previous posting I began a series on the sins of poor leadership. The first article,  3 Deadly Sins of Poor Leadership focused on not moving fast enough to replace poor performers, either for performance or behavioural reasons.  The 2nd Deadly … Continue reading

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