Category: Planning

Institutional Archaeology

Often overlooked in the undeclared war between generations in the workplace is the fact that most people are not stupid. Thin skinned new entrants into the workforce meet and mingle with the bias of overconfident old timers and chips begin flying off of everybody‚Äôs shoulders throughout the organization. Unlike most wars, neither side really has …

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New Paradigm: No Reflections, No Predictions, No Resolutions – Just Prioritization

The turn of a calendar page to a new year has some sort of psychomagnetic effect on our brain that sucks our thinking into hideous hindsight, feeble foresight and pious promises. Intellectually we know that the recent past will change in perspective as time passes. Emotionally we cling to every failure as if it will …

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