Posts Tagged ‘innovation’

Resolve Not To Put Off These Resolutions

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The need for meaningful New Year’s Resolutions is just around the corner.  No doubt as individuals we want to limit our bad habit and expand our good ones, perhaps we are thinking more philanthropically and want to improve the lives of others or “give back” to our communities. No question we all want to be more present and supportive of our friends and families. All of these would improve our individual health and happiness.

We think it is also time for each of us to consider resolutions that can improve the health and happiness (in the form of sustainability and success) of the organization where we work, whether you are a board member, a senior leader, a manager, or an employee.
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Digital Relationships: An exercise in saving time or giving up control?

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Are your organizational systems defeating innovation and creativity?  Marvin Smith of Deliberate Synergy provides a framework for assessing your organizational systems to determine if they support or stifle innovation and creative thinking.
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Trick or Treat?: Fear and Anxiety in the 2014 Workplace

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Is fear subtly infused in your organization’s culture?   Jim Finkelstein, along with Sheila Repeta and Molly Gauss, share how organizations can identify and overcome the lethal culture killers: employee fear and anxiety. 
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Top Down | Bottom Up | Middle Out

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In his September article for PSX: People Strategy Exchange eMagazine, Marvin Smith of Deliberate Synergy explains why it takes more than just agreement to make large scale change happen.  Marvin Smith shares insights about top down, bottom up and middle out leadership, and how they are all necessary to ensure the success of large scale change projects.


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