There’s a problem, a challenge, an issue – something is not right.
It may be a relationship issue with a colleague or a client, a friend or partner. 150 more words
David Maister was described to me by a friend and colleague* as ‘the first good consultant’s consultant’. A former Harvard Business School professor, who hails from the United Kingdom, Maister carved out a niche as perhaps the most influential thinker about professional services and and the role of trust in business. 937 more words
Being a great manager means balancing the needs of your people with the results you are trying to achieve. This can be a fiendishly hard balance to strike, and maintain. 603 more words
Following on from the last post about the need for the large Tube map and the single line plan, here’s my ‘Alignment Triangle’ diagram which illustrates an effective process for keeping today’s activity aligned with the’Big Picture’ aims of the organisation. 189 more words
This year has been a wonderful year for my blogs. Below are my top ten views for the year.
Let’s find out! Your task, should you choose to accept it, is to match each management trend with the date and person it’s most associated with. 233 more words