Monthly Archives: June 2014

Seven Hurdles to Successful Execution Management – Hurdle #5

Hurdle #5: The organizational drift is built on avoiding discomfort. If you shy away from using the word culture, as in “corporate culture”, and look for what is actually happening in organizations without the bias that goes with that word, … Continue reading

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Seven Hurdles to Successful Execution Management – Hurdle #4

Hurdle #4: Above all, most people really just want to be comfortable. Much of the resistance to change seems to come from simply not wanting to be bothered by needing to adjust to something new. This resistance is usually reactionary … Continue reading

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Seven Hurdles to Successful Execution Management – Hurdle #3

Hurdle #3: People don’t keep their promises. If you’re thinking right now “I keep my promises,” you’re in the majority who think that.  However, try this challenge: spend the next week being observant of all the promises you make, big … Continue reading

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