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Strategic Planning versus Strategic Thinking

The common thread in the last few weeks readings has been a deliberate move away from bureaucracy. The modern manager is all about mindset and managing relationships between people. 323 more words

Management

Leadership and Organizations with an Anarchist 'Soul'

Mathew R. Fairholm in his article ‘Leadership and Organizational Strategy’ makes a clear distinction between ‘strategic planning’ and ‘strategic thinking’, the latter being more concerned with a downward focus on ensuring that employees throughout the company understand the values and purpose of the company as a whole, thereby leaving them with a greater sense of connection to the company or institute. 455 more words

Management

What Are You Attracting Into Your Life?

Survival dictates that we find paths of least resistance. I want us to consider this aspect in terms of who we attract, who we are attracted to, and what we attract into our lives. 144 more words

Choices

Strategic Thinking:  Augmenting Inventive Thought Leadership!

“It is important to do things that are strategically right rather than those that are immediately profitable.”
-Anonymous-

This anonymous quote quite rightly sums up the success mantra in today’s highly competitive business world where competition for the customer’s attention is getting intense.

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Leadership

Growing Up and Having Fun: Do These Two Even Know Each Other?

When did you last make a grown up decision that let you have fun?

Not sure what that is? Neither do I. But if I’m to think of something real quick, I’d say my walking routine – it’s good for the heart, the head, and boy is walking fun.

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Strategic Thinking

The Art of Leading

You may have picked up in the press that former US Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush recently launched a project designed to develop leaders across all spheres of society in the United States.      125 more words

5 Morning Rituals to Keep You Productive All Day Long

By: JAMES REINHART/Co-founder of thredUp.com

Most of us work long hours: 40, 50 or even 60 hours each week. But chances are, given distractions like online entertainment, office snacking habits and ill-designed time management, we’re only churning out high-quality work a portion of each day. 626 more words

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