Tag Archives: Vince Lombardi

Team Chemistry

I didn’t do well in high school chemistry class and even worse in college chemistry.  But I always marvelled at how a chemical reaction required just the right amount of ingredients in order to occur.  Take titration, for example.  Add … Continue reading

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The T-Puzzle and Strategy Execution

Note:  I wrote this about 4 years ago but am again working with a client on strategy execution and it is a good reminder, for me as well as others.  Obstacles are what you see when you take your eyes … Continue reading

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Plan your work . . . work your plan

Plan the work and work the plan.  -Vince Lombardi When we sold our consulting firm in 2000 and I retired to France I decided to write novels.  Thriller novels to be exact.  After all, I had time on my hands … Continue reading

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The T-puzzle and Strategy Execution

Obstacles are what you see when you take your eyes off the goal.  -Vince Lombardi I live in the UK and one of the many traditions at Christmas dinner is the Christmas “cracker”.  Essentially this is a short tube filled … Continue reading

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Management Fatigue . . .

Fatigue makes cowards of us all.  ~Vince Lombardi Two great coaches with unprecedented winning records, Vince Lombardi and John Wooden both believed that fitness and conditioning were the secret weapons of winning teams and each made fitness a part of … Continue reading

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