Two Questions Every Leader Should Ask

In my interview with Keith Murnighan about his book Do Nothing!  How to Stop Overmanaging and Become a Great Leader, he mentioned two questions a CEO should ask people every day: "How are you?"  This may seem rather obvious. However, the more responsibility we get, the easier it is to start thinking of people as... Continue Reading →

How to Know if Your Project Management Processes are Helping (or Hindering) Your Ability to Deliver

How would you rate your current project management processes? Many of my clients have been taking another look at how they go about delivering projects. For those in software development related organizations, they have either migrated to more agile related methodologies or are seriously considering doing so. For my manufacturing clients, there continues to be movement toward... Continue Reading →

Who, Me? Biased?

For some time now I've been intrigued by the role of bias in our everyday existence. Certainly we see this every four years when it's time to elect a President in the United States. Each side of the political spectrum extols the virtues of their candidate while truly questioning the sanity of anyone who could possibly consider the... Continue Reading →

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