“I believe we were born to be happy and that all the projects we realize together in our collective journey can AND MUST contribute to a greater happiness for all of us.”
All projects carry the same complexity and issues as any individual or collective endeavor in our lives. Our projects are our journey, and our life.This is a compass we bought recently for our 5-year-old granddaughter Stéphanie. We will save it until she is ready to go out on her own. The inscription is the most important piece of advice we can share to guide her on the many projects that will come and go the rest of her life. Projects, be they business or personal matters, all follow the same patterns.
Frank J. Barrett, a professor of management and global public policy at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., is also a jazz pianist who has led his own trios and quartets and traveled with the Tommy Dorsey orchestra. In his new book, Yes to the Mess: Surprising Leadership Lessons [...]
Claude Emond's insight:
Jazzing along in our journey through our VUCA world
The Triple T Metric v1.0There is an increasing amount of chatter and confusion out there around what organizational agility is and feeling that it must be important to organizational success.But, before we discuss organizational agility, it is important to define what we mean by the term.BusinessDictionary.com has a decent definition:“The capability of a company to rapidly change or adapt in response to changes in the market. A high degree of organizational agility can help a company to react su
In our saturated marketplace and overload information era, it is harder and harder to make personal connections and engage with customers. Customers are never more than a text, search, tweet, post or question to Google or Siri away from finding another option to fulfill their needs if you can't get it done. Same process if they're just not having the experience with you that they expected.
«...No one changes you or me. Cultures, organizations, strategies, techniques, programs, visions, values, or leadership do no transform us. In the end, we choose to change ourselves». ~Joel Henning in Flawless Consulting (Block)
Claude Emond's insight:
Yet another list of quotes about change. «No one changes you or me» Joel Henning... Ths is the one which speaks the most to me. What is yours ?
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