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Good Metrics vs Worthless Ones, Part Two

(Warning – this post might get a little snarky. Well, okay, a lot snarky.) In my last post, I hammered on the idea that a metric is not a goal. I got a little bit of pushback on that, so … Continue reading

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Good Metrics vs Worthless Ones, Part One

Maybe it’s just that time of year, but I am somehow getting into a lot of discussions about metrics. Sales metrics. Compliance metrics. Safety metrics. Evaluation metrics. And on and on… What is grabbing my attention is how I often … Continue reading

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Strategic Execution, Part 2: Always Use a Compass…

In my last rant, I talked about the first key to strategic execution: demand clarity on the problem before you even begin (aka… Don’t chase the wind). I want to now turn my attention to the next critical key: Always … Continue reading

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Strategic Execution, Part 1: Don’t Chase the Wind…

It’s amazing to me how often the word “strategy” is overused used. I mean, seriously, I do not think that word means what you think it means (with a nod to Inigo Montoya). So often, I get into discussions with … Continue reading

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How to Get the Anchor Off Your Neck

I’ve been on my annual pilgrimage the last couple of weeks to my childhood home. Of Hawai’i. I know. During the handful of hours to sleep on the beach contemplate that I have at my disposal, I have been mulling … Continue reading

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