- Lynn Curry
- Situational Analysis
- Change Management
- Program Design
Ignore this connection imperative at your peril: red flag of doom #5! Sometimes board and staff leaders forget that the organization was formed by members to benefit members. Success will be judged o... [more >]
Corporate Doom Flag #4 is a board focusing too close in time. If a board is making policy decisions that affect events as they are occurring, they are managing from crisis to crisis. Indeed they are... [more >]
Board members are chosen for their connections as well as their KSAs (knowledge, skills and attitudes) relevant to the organization's current needs. Organizations must attend at all times to the qua... [more >]
Boards sometimes set their expectations too low and settle for what is not exciting but what may, they hope, be sufficient. Often this occurs through board hubris, an undeserved sense of pride, of â€... [more >]
Do not allow tiers to develop within the board anywhere. The board must act as one all the time and in all aspects of policy leadership. One of the slippery slopes to organizational purgatory, if ... [more >]
June 15, 2017
3 Things Great Leaders Never Do. 5 Keys to Organizational Change. 7 Days to C-Suite Nirvana. Does anyone really believe this clickbait? This meme of false s...
FITBIT Your Strategy
June 8, 2017
We are going to assume that you do HAVE a strategy that is guiding decisions towards some well-defined goals. You aren't just reacting from one crisis to the next, right? OK then,...
Get the Little Things Right
April 19, 2017
You must be good at the little things to be an effective consultant or change agent. Any good cook knows that. And you have to take the time. Scratch made puff pastry is a wondrous thing, not a...
Align Behavior with Goals
April 4, 2017
The last two posts took up the problems of getting all organizational work aligned to real goals for that organization. The point of this effort, and it does take focused effort, is ...