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The Art of Strategy: Or How to Fight and Lead Better - Daily Beast

The Art of Strategy: Or How to Fight and Lead Better - Daily Beast | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Daily Beast The Art of Strategy: Or How to Fight and Lead Better Daily Beast “Iron Mike” was obliquely referring to the fundamental strategic challenge faced by all generals and admirals, as well as by boxers: No matter how sound the original plan...
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Addressing Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs with Technology

Addressing Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs with Technology | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Technology is way too often given a bad rap by administrators and educators as a distraction or a hazard for students. When technology is integrated intentionally with foresight and with intention of addressing specific growth-oriented goals, it increases the potential to help students learn, develop, and grow in unique ways. It can be used to help address the needs as described by Maslow.
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With this approach the pupils of today will be far better equipped for the work place
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Do we still need managers? | London Business School

Do we still need managers? | London Business School | Strategic management | Scoop.it
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Worth considering, but how would you deal with motivation and staff recognition

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Why Female Managers Drive Greater Employee Engagement


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So why are the female managers still in the minority?

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, December 5, 2014 2:30 AM


Does your business need to lift the engagement level of its employees?


Do your male managers outnumber your female managers by a significant margin?


Are you aware of research findings that show that the gender of managers effects employee engagement levels in an organisation?


Will you take one minute to read this excellent article, to discover an easy way to increase engagement levels in your business, and drive more profit to your bottom line?

HR Bearing's curator insight, December 6, 2014 5:26 AM

The roller bearings may be able to provide some benefits over the ball bearings when they are using them in industrial uses. Because roller bearings with the reduced friction, it could give the company a big savings on their electricity bill.

Disera Doss's curator insight, December 6, 2014 9:40 AM

I have to admit that this is very true. I have worked for both male and female managers and my male manager was rarely seen by the employees. All of the interaction was via phone or email and in my opinion that sort of management technique can make you appear unapproachable.

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Why Innovation Eats Strategy for Breakfast

Why Innovation Eats Strategy for Breakfast | Strategic management | Scoop.it
It's impossible to win solely by managing existing assets when your competitors are busy inventing new ones.

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Is this cheating or bending the rules

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, September 3, 2014 1:35 AM

Love this, "To win in these challenging times, innovation has become your most powerful source of competitive advantage. Playing yesterday's game--even with brilliant strategy--is no match for the hurricane strength winds of creative disruption. Today, an entirely new set of skills and approaches are required to succeed. Simply put: innovation eats strategy for breakfast."

Man doesn't eat by disruption alone. Disruption is disrupting, so balance is always a good idea (not really mentioned in this post). Disruption has to COME FROM some place too. Even those who disrupt innovate on or in some space or meme.

Because the disruption feels from left field to some doesn't mean that is where the idea came from. Most disruptions were sitting on the ground staring up at whoever passed by. SEEING without the hypnotic drug of status quo thinking begins DISRUPTION. SEEING is the key then NOT rejecting the disruption, "Embracing the suck." to quote a movie I saw recently becomes critical because every muscle will cry to crawl back to the safety of the status quo.

Don't do that is our advice :). Do disrupt.

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Ken Cooper's curator insight, September 3, 2014 11:15 AM

Actually, the Peter Drucker quote is, "Culture eats strategy for breakfast." Of course, innovation is essential. However, innovation is a team sport, and it flows from culture. The key is to establish the kind of culture that will produce a steady stream of innovation.

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The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Project Management

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Project Management | Strategic management | Scoop.it
I’m an ENTP — what are you?If you’re familiar with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality assessment, you know exactly what I mean, and you’re likely to respond with “I’m an … (The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Project Management
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Do You Have A Data Strategy? - Forbes

Do You Have A Data Strategy? - Forbes | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Do You Have A Data Strategy?
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Which is why the right data management strategy is so important: it's not about gathering a huge amount of useless information, and much less is it about alienating the client through NSA-style practices.
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Do you only collect the minimum data required?

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Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast | Leadershi...

Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast | Leadershi... | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Culture eats strategy for breakfast, technology for lunch, and products for dinner, and soon thereafter everything else too.Why? Because company culture, a concept pioneered by Edgar Schein, is the operationalizing of an organization’s values.
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and if not continually reinforced people will interpret it to suit themselves

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You As Chief Happiness Officer in Six Simple Steps

You As Chief Happiness Officer in Six Simple Steps | Strategic management | Scoop.it
There's no need to go all Patch Adams, but as the leader you are responsible for making your people happy. Luckily, it's easy. (You As Chief Happiness Officer in Six...
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Are You Ready to Lose Control?

Are You Ready to Lose Control? | Strategic management | Scoop.it
It may be the best way to improve your organization’s performance.
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Can you let go. It can bring success

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Can you let go! It can bring rewards if you can

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Richard Branson on Learning by Doing

Richard Branson on Learning by Doing | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Curiosity, an open-mind and a can-do attitude are just as important as experience.
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Lack of Accountability: The Enemy Within

Lack of Accountability: The Enemy Within | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Accountability tops the charts of issues executives say they want to improve. Here's how to improve a lack of accountability in your company. (How do you improve a lack of #accountability in your #business?
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CULTURE a good starting point

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12 reasons why people resist change - change management

12 reasons why people resist change - change management | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Change Management - 12 reasons why people resist change - Torben Rick (Because understanding people’s strategy of resistance is anticipating change #2BHUNT http://t.co/CEDVl19VJM)...
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Innovation, Optimism and Jobs - New York Times

Innovation, Optimism and Jobs - New York Times | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Innovation, Optimism and Jobs
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Is digital technology destroying middle-class jobs? Does it exacerbate income inequality? Does it boost economic growth and productivity — without creating the jobs that ought to come with economic growth?
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5 Ways You May Be Undermining Your Talent Management Strategy

5 Ways You May Be Undermining Your Talent Management Strategy | Strategic management | Scoop.it
There is nothing more reassuring to a job seeker than hearing that opportunity abounds in the company you are interviewing with. It isn’t the most important aspect for everyone, but for a …

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Proactive Asset Management with IIoT and Analytics - ARC Advisory Group (blog)

Proactive Asset Management with IIoT and Analytics - ARC Advisory Group (blog) | Strategic management | Scoop.it
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With the growing adoption of device networking, more assets have the capability to provide data for proactive asset management.

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Gary Bamford's curator insight, January 19, 3:39 AM

The bathtub is not really the best place to look for eureka moments!

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Leadership Dashboards: How managing the past can hurt your future

Leadership Dashboards: How managing the past can hurt your future | Strategic management | Scoop.it
What metrics do you use to manage your business?
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We all look back, how can we become more forward looking

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Gary Bamford's curator insight, September 12, 2014 3:23 AM

Futurology ..... the process.

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6 Ticks To Better Time Engagement - TalentCulture

6 Ticks To Better Time Engagement - TalentCulture | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Tick, tock, tick, tock... Discover the 6 ticks to better time engagement with these tips from the TalentCulture Community.
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The Culture Deck

The Culture Deck | Strategic management | Scoop.it
How people work is as important as what they do.  (RT @PullNews: FRESH: "The Culture Deck," by David Siegel: http://t.co/RLc3Xv5XFW #management #culture #strategy #consulting PLS RT)...
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Are You A Good Coach? Here's How To Find Out

Are You A Good Coach? Here's How To Find Out | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Employee surveys show that a majority of subordinates want coaching. The empirical evidence is clear that effective coaching makes a difference in employee commitment and engagement. (Are You A Good Coach?
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Are you a good coach, do try the survey to find out

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5 Time-Management Strategies for Different Personality Types

5 Time-Management Strategies for Different Personality Types | Strategic management | Scoop.it
How to choose a time-management strategy that’s right for your personality.
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10 Steps to Leading Everyday Innovation | FUTUR...

10 Steps to Leading Everyday Innovation | FUTUR... | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Leaders are now recognizing the need for innovation to solve the most challenging and costly organizational problems. Here are 10 steps your can take to foster everyday innovation.
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Building a forward-looking board | McKinsey & Company

Building a forward-looking board | McKinsey & Company | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Directors should spend a greater share of their time shaping an agenda for the future. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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If the Board isn't forward looking this cascades down through the organisation and then everyone is looking at what heppened yesterday.

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Content Management Essentials: Strategy and Reuse

Content Management Essentials: Strategy and Reuse | Strategic management | Scoop.it
Content development has many facets. Two that are often ignored are content strategy and the reuse of content.
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What is strategy?

What is strategy? | Strategic management | Scoop.it
The practice of figuring out the best way to get from here to there (#strategy fails | fluff, failure to face the challenge/hurdles, mistaking goals for strat | http://t.co/GD0aFoZ2Fv
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The basics but it does help if you understand where "there" is. So often that is the fundamental we are unsure of

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For Stronger Work Relationships, Use This Formula

For Stronger Work Relationships, Use This Formula | Strategic management | Scoop.it
In the new book The EROS Equation, relationship expert Eve Eschner Hogan offers a set of strategies that can help strengthen good relationships and can help strained relationships (whether work-related or personal) to mend.

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Improve your business relationships at work - park your ego and change your inner self. It actually makes sense.

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Marie-Brigitte Souci's curator insight, March 3, 2014 5:44 PM

It seems the more educated we become the harder it is to hold good relationships and it should not be this way. A relationship should be simple, you talk to me and I talk to you, sincerely it is that simple, maybe too simple for some.

 

We have complicated our ways with endless formulas for every aspect of life. Stop trying to lord over and control people, no one owns anyone, simply appreciate people and respect their boundaries, people do not need to like the sport you engage into nor the places you attend, simply converse without ulterior motives, sarcasm, do not unleash an avalanche of advices if not requested.


Just tell me about you, what you do, your business, the groups you belong to, what you like and dislike, you can take a whole hour to tell me about you and more, but after telling me all of this about you there should NOT be any expectation that I will do what you do nor engage in your activities  and your beliefs, and this does not mean that we cannot be friends, we can meet once in a while to catch up. It is that simple, is this too hard for some to maintain?


This is the biggest key for good relationships >>> DO NOT FORCE PEOPLE TO BECOME LIKE YOU. Control is taboo in any and every relationship, don't people know this?


The reason why relationships fail is a lack of respect, many do not have a choice but to walk or breakaway from individuals and groups.


It is very sad that the most technologically savvy and most civilised and educated generation has so many relationship issues. I hope it changes.

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Gregory Cheong's curator insight, March 9, 2014 12:00 PM

Good one