Monthly Archives: May 2010

ARE YOU A "SERVANT BOSS"? SHOULD YOU BE?

Some years back, the CEO of Jewel Tea Company referred to himself in a Harvard Business Review article as The First Assistant to his direct reports. By that, he meant that he saw himself as the person to whom his … Continue reading

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CAN MAKING "FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND" HELP YOUR BUSINESS?

Recently, I have been following the thread of an interesting article posted on BizNik by Miles Austin. He calls the process of commenting on group discussions,web articles, blogs and the like as leaving “Footprints in the Sand”. The reason for … Continue reading

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PRE-MORTEM…..HUH? WHAT’S THAT?

Someone recently used this term, Pre-Mortem, on a Linked In discussion I was following. It was meant to describe a way of looking at one’s business in order to identify potential weaknesses which could lead to trouble unless fixed. It … Continue reading

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