You bought a booth at a trade show. You invested in promotional materials, decorations, banner, tablescaping, handouts, print collateral, and more. You and your team spent hour upon and hour standing in a convention center talking to people as they came by, fingers crossed, hoping that you looked inviting enough.
Have you ever managed departments who point the finger at others, passing the buck, rejecting responsibility and accountability? Of course you have. As organizational structures gain in size, siloes begin to take hold, even at the smallest groupings of employees allocating responsibilities and tasks. Seldom does a challenge or problem lie
In conversations with many individuals people over the past few months, a common observation and theme has arisen: As our society has accelerated, and as we turn more and more to immediate gratification and payoff, the time which individuals and companies apply to analyzing, measuring, strategizing & planning has tended to decrease,