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We Are Family: Church Leadership and What it Means to Sustain

Note: We decided to dispense with our earlier strategy of a roundtable post and then each writing our own post and instead have a first post (from rotating authors) that we would all then respond to throughout the month. 1,091 more words


Resolution Time

Resolutions are like water off a ducks back. They bead up on the oily resistance of our habits and roll off of the feather weight of our existence. 524 more words


This 1 Rule Will Seriously Up Your Company's Innovation Game

(Source: www.inc.com)

One of the things I always get asked about from the companies I work with is how to manage their innovation resources. Should they bet big on an unproven, but possibly breakthrough idea? 892 more words

Money Matters

A Sincere Fire

Sometimes I’m not sure if I have already written a post or just thought about it. So, sometimes I go back into my own blog and search for a post. 1,060 more words


A paper in a binder is dead

If you haven’t already noticed, the reign of binders is over. Sure, binders still have a place–especially in the field of education–but even educators are finding that a document in Google Drive is more powerful than an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper in a binder. 405 more words

Rise And Converge

Continuing Thoughts on Innovation

A few weeks ago, I published a post When Might it be OK to not Listen to the Customer with the inspiration coming from having just finished Innovator’s Dilemma by Harvard Professor Clayton Christensen.   563 more words

A reflection on resilience

Well, I actually had a different blog topic in mind for today, but yesterday, neatly book-ended by two unrelated groups with similar messages changed my mind to report on these and share reflections  about resilience – let me tell you why … 1,453 more words