Tag Archives: Michael Porter

Welcome to the Hand-Off Zone . . .

In most organizations, On-Boarding is about HR administration and an overview of the company,  your department and function. After the required few hours, it’s into the workplace.  And may the force be with you! Very little is learned about other departments, … Continue reading

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Leadership Choices: Prices and Payoffs

Michael Porter, the Harvard professor best known for his pioneering work on competitive strategy believes that an effective strategy is mostly about choice.  What you choose to do to compete and what you choose not to do, especially since every … Continue reading

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