November 5, 2018

QUARTZ: LinkedIn CEO Says Leadership Skills One of Most Needed Skills

This interesting post from Quartz talks about how LinkedIn CEO, Jeff Weiner, discussd that coding skills is not the spot with the biggest skills gap. He […]
August 27, 2018

INC – Mark Eaton’s 4 Commitments You Must Make to Succeed Individually and as a Team

There’s a marvelous article about former NBA and Utah Jazz center Mark Eaton. Mark was a key component of the Jazz teams of the 80s and […]
June 25, 2018

Looking at Minneapolis Police, EMS Staff and Ketamine

The Minneapolis Star Tribune wrote a story about a report completed by the Minneapolis Police Office of Police Conduct Review regarding Minneapolis police officers suggesting to Hennepin […]
June 18, 2018

Is Alignment Like Rowing or Kayaking? Yes.

A standard image of organizational alignment is of rowboats going in a straight line down a course. Oars are in the water at the same time. […]
April 24, 2018

These 8 Questions You are Asking are Really about Organizational Alignment

Good leaders, real leaders ask themselves tough questions about the state of their organizations. When they see something not going quite right, or if it’s going […]
April 3, 2018

3 Ways Organizational Misalignment Causes Your Initiatives to Fail and How You Can Fix It

You’ve put a lot of time, effort and resources towards a key initiative for your organization. You may have spent a lot of political capital to […]
April 2, 2018

3 Key Ways March Madness Teams Teach Us About Our Own Organization

This year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament has been filled with a lot of surprises and great stories. One of the main themes from the last few […]
March 14, 2018

4 Ways the Eventual NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Champion Show the Most Alignment – and How that Applies to You.

March is here. St. Patrick’s Day, the beginning of Spring and the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. One of the reasons we enjoy the tournament is because […]