Risks and Issues – A Success Story

Risks and Issues – A Success Story

Analyzing risks and issues is something that our clients don’t like doing, and they are not alone. None of us like to sit and study all those worries and things that scare us. That’s why we pay to go see horror movies, for goodness sake! We leave it to professionals...
Covid-19: Calamity or Opportunity? You Decide

Covid-19: Calamity or Opportunity? You Decide

There seems to be a never ending stream of dire news regarding Covid-19, and it’s assorted cousins: alpha, beta gamma, delta, and now omicron. If you are in a business leadership position, how do you process these waterfalls of negativity? And, how do you cope?...
A Change Wish List for Santa

A Change Wish List for Santa

Here it is, Holiday Season 2021, and our Change Management wish list for the season. Just when you thought you knew enough about the Greek alphabet, here comes omicron! As the anxiety, frustrations and restrictions increase once more, it seems fitting to tailor our...
How “Together” is Your Management Team?

How “Together” is Your Management Team?

If your management team were a professional sports team, how good would it be? How well would everyone work together? How united would they be to achieve your strategy? If your team were a soccer/football team, how well would they play? Now, we usually don’t...
5 Traits of Great Change Leaders

5 Traits of Great Change Leaders

Change leadership is different from operational management, and often operational managers are thrust into having to be change leaders. Some rise to the occasion, become really good change leaders and succeed brilliantly. Others adopt only some good change leadership...