Why culture eats strategy for breakfast, and how to make sense of the competing priorities that all businesses face. A “pocket version” of my original post.
Trauma creates ego and shadow simultaneously. Healing from trauma is how societies, organizations, and individuals release their creative energy.
Customer centricity is important, but all organizations have six centers (three external and three internal) which vie for attentional focus.
Simple, complex, and complicated systems intermingle, and yet they obey different rules and thrive for different reasons.
Business strategy deals with opportunity, while corporate strategy deals with org structure and operations. Getting both aligned, and getting the board aligned, is key to long-term success.
Homeostasis is a powerful concept. Change, even positive change, will stress a complex system.
Here is a simple framework I’ve used the past few years to help enterprises, SMBs, and startups identify their customers.
Vision is a goal. It is not a story, an idea, or plan. It is not a means to an end—it is the end itself.