Tag Archives: change management

The difference between winning and losing Part 2: Company culture

May 30, 2012


TweetShare  In Built to Last, Jim Collins and Jerry Porras show that companies that consistently focused on building strong corporate cultures over a series of decades outperformed companies that didn’t by a factor of six and outperformed the general stock market by a factor of 15. Like Ferris said in the bathroom of Chez Quis: [...]

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Managing people is the most important job at your company

February 13, 2012


TweetShare  I don’t know what your job entails. I don’t know what you’re responsible for. I don’t know how many hours a week you work. But I do know one thing…If you manage people, that is the most important part of your job. And I don’t need to know anything else about your job to [...]

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How do you change someone’s mind?

March 11, 2011


TweetShare                          Have you ever changed someone else’s mind? How did you do it? How long did it take you? What finally worked in the end? Changing someone’s mind is like having sex in the ninth grade. A lot of people talk about it [...]

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