Are you honest? In these days of misspeak and political correctness the maxim that honesty is the best policy can seem as impractical and archaic as Sanskrit. Most of us tell “white lies” to negotiate the minefields of human interaction. Leaders have struggled with truth since the dawn of time.
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Transformation has elbowed its way into the lexicon of business buzz-words. Many people think of it as change on steroids or maybe like a witness identification program for businesses that have fallen prey to the tried-and-true and are hiding from Chapter 11. Transformation, in its simplest definition is a dramatic alteration from current state. And
Every board of directors is unique and so are their results. Some boards are supportive and empowering; others use the H.M.S. Bounty as their template. Some board positions are paid, but many are a volunteer army. Similar techniques shape board performance either way.
Peter Senge, called the “Strategist of the Century” by the Journal of Business Strategy, popularized the concept of the learning organization nearly a decade ago. One of its core tenets was that organizational entities are governed by the same laws of natural selection as biological ones. Like it or not, adapt or perish is the