Flex your change muscles to be more resilient and creative There are at least two things you can count on within your organization. The first is change, and the second is that some people within your organization will resist change. However, because long term growth is...

How can you ensure your strategic planning process is successful in a post-pandemic world that is still very much evolving?  You evolve your process, too. Here’s how.  With the unexpected arrival of a global pandemic, a dramatic increase in remote working, a louder call for equity and...

WHAT IS ORGANIZATIONAL FRICTION? According to Harvard Business Review, organizational friction (or organizational drag) costs the economy more than $3 trillion each year in lost output. Organizational friction, as defined by Bill Brantley, is the cumulative effect of “needless internal interactions, unproductive or inconsequential meetings, and...

We are taught from a young age that achieving specific milestones of success - getting good grades, getting into a great college, having a prestigious career, having a certain amount of money saved, living in the right house or neighborhood, marrying the right person, having...