Over the last several years a lot of people have made a lot of money telling business owners and leaders that to effectively manage the modern workforce you must manage the generations differently. Why? They claim these generations are all different, have different values, work practices, and motivators. In the immortal words of my father…Horse pucky.
Your career is sailing; your business is profitable; everyone looks at you and says “WOW, I want to be like them.” I am certain many of us have read or seen such a scenario. To be the “WOW person” is wonderful. To be associated with that person is pretty good too. Imagine the WOW person
Becoming an Entrepreneur is easy. You decide you are good at something or have something people want. You start a business, and they come to buy what you have or do. It is that simple. Not exactly as that reality probably happens to about 1 in several million. For the rest of us, it is a
Ambiguity, according to many dictionaries, can be defined as “any concept, idea, statement or claim whose meaning, intention or interpretation cannot be definitively resolved “, another word for ambiguity is vague. Vagueness and lack of clarity in communication, mission and vision is nothing less than a productivity and performance killer. In short, ambiguity does nothing more
Problem solving is a part of what we do and sometimes we spend way to much time doing it. What if there was a way to reduce the time you spend solving problems? Problems will always be a part of your business. Even if you have a strong problem prevention program you will still experience