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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PAT'S POV

Right-sizing Your Team

Many executive teams I deal with are simply too big, making it impossible to be nimble and responsive in their responsibilities to steer their organizations through rough waters, or even relatively calm ones.

LEADERSHIP

Something Better Than Capitalism

I love to hear stories about leaders who combine capitalism with virtue, which goes beyond doing what is merely legal or pragmatic, even when it may come at a personal cost to them. 

PRACTITIONER'S CORNER

Create Clients, Not Customers

We often make business development harder than it needs to be.  I suppose that’s true about many things in life.  Deceptively simple solutions elude us because we have a hard time looking at our challenges in a fresh, uncomplicated way.