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Careful who you hand the wheel to in a crisis…

The immediate focus of most companies is shifting from Long Term to Short Term, and from Innovation and Growth to Cost Control and Operational Efficiency. Many Boards and CEO’s, as they should, are assessing the “people at the wheel” across divisions or functions trying to determine fit for the current environment. Unfortunately, some think this […]

Power, Ethics, and Leadership

This research paper really touched a nerve for me! The conclusion of the researchers is a sad commentary on what passes for leadership, but, unfortunately, based on my private observations and experiences from many years of business, it is unsurprising. Organizational or Principled dissent – the act of identifying, protesting, or driving change to ethically […]