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Tradition and "That"

Can you imagine a culture and circumstances that might compel a person to exclaim: “If that happens, it’s the end of our faith” 388 more words



Ninety two percent of senior executives in the U.S. acknowledge there is a serious gap in workforce skills, according to a recent “State of the Economy and Employment” survey. 340 more words

Leadership Development

Lessons Learnt From The Army: How to Fight to Win

Much of my working life has been spent as an Army Officer, initially as a regular and later in the Reserves. I have found that the skills I learned and applied leading soldiers are very relevant and transferable for leading teams and driving business execution; especially in this increasingly dynamic and ever changing marketplace. 558 more words

The Results Group

Leading Change as "Ordinary Work"

The dreaded “C” word…Change…is as continuous and variable as the day-to-day demands of doing business. Leading Change effectively is often the difference between maintaining competitive advantage and falling behind; the difference between maintaining compliance or exposure to severe penalties and business liabilities. 1,591 more words

Performer Support

Embracing Change

By Lisa Ayala, Cameron, a Schlumberger company. 2015-2016 SAPinsight Leader Board Member.

As leaders and members of a Super User network within our organization, we are… 534 more words

SAP Super User

How Point-of-Work Shapes Effective Change

Many of you who are regular readers of my blog know how fanatical I am about performance support. After over twelve years of chasing the PS rabbit I have a confession to make…I’m done chasing PS…directly. 1,119 more words

Performer Support