organizational health: noun

  1. The most practical and sustainable competitive advantage in business.
  2. The intersection between operations and culture.
  3. The context for strategy, marketing, technology, finance, human resources and every other minor discipline.
Antonyms: DYSFUNCTION, POLITICS, CONFUSION, BUREACRACY, SILOS.
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PRACTITIONER'S CORNER

The Unsexy Power of Discipline

Consultants often get so caught up in bringing the latest tools and trends to their clients that they lose sight of the most important service of all: staying on top of those clients to have the discipline to do simple but important things on a regular basis.