Three times in the last nine months, senior executives from different organizations have complained to me that the initiatives they’re interested in aren’t progressing. Of course, it’s a stressful time for everyone, and meetings on... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on hbr.org. It’s not uncommon to work with a leader who has big, creative ideas but doesn’t really understand operations or implementation. These people aren’t interested in hearing the countless details... Continue reading
During a recent visit to a client company, I spent time with two different leaders whose initiatives weren’t progressing satisfactorily. The first leader was chatty and made sweeping motivational statements. Her team was deeply committed,... Continue reading
What’s the best way to get stuff done? Especially when it’s something new and different? Here’s what I know: We all have different ways of dealing with new things, risky things. I’ve figured out that... Continue reading
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