How many meetings have you attended this week? This month? If you are like most business owners, the answer is too many. In my own business coaching firm, I sat down and crunched the numbers on our bimonthly
I’m a big fan of McKinsey’s Three Horizons Model of innovation. When first articulated by Baghai, Coley, and White in 2000, in The Alchemy of Growth, the Three Horizons model was a breakthrough. Over years,
An all-star team is making headway with a new initiative that could alter the future of the organization. Spirits are optimistic and the team is successfully maneuvering through new, yet very promising,
Just when you think you've got this whole "knowledge economy" thing figured out, here comes the "creative economy" - the world in which your ability to succeed and add value is limited only by your imagination.
Innovation is famously difficult — many projects end up losing money, frustrating employees, and going nowhere. And yet corporations and governments spend billions of dollars annually pursuing innovation.
Employees that don’t sit at a desk comprise a 2.7 billion-person-strong portion of the global working population. Yet despite being 80 percent of the workforce, these “deskless” workers have thus far overlooked
Customer journey mapping has been a hot topic for some time. Trying to understand how the customer interacts with the brand or company—the touchpoints—can ideally help marketers better understand opportunities
Have you seen any of these gimmicky office designs? Candy dispensers in conference rooms. Hammocks and indoor treehouses. Tech companies tend to be the worst offenders with the startup favorites: beer
Acme Corporation is under attack by startups and disrupters that are stealing the company's customers. So the senior leadership team hired a smart (and very expensive) consultant to develop a plan that