The best way to predict the future is to create it.

Peter Drucker

change architecture

Outsourcing my Bragging!

Preface: As an amateur in many aspects of my life - I've learned it's often best to bring in a professional help when it is needed. As an entrepreneur and self-employed consultant I am dependent upon shameless self promotion. This posting allows me to shamelessly self promote while simultaneously outsourcing to a professional writer (and my favorite columnist even in advance of this fabulous column). I hope you enjoy!

THE CORPORATE CURMUDGEON - By Dale Dauten

MAKING SURE CUSTOMERS WILL PAY FOR WHAT THEY DON’T YET WANT

The Real Side of Life and Strategic Planning

Preface: This is the third in a series of eight articles on issues of importance to the management of organizations and the leadership of people. The first article created a Management “Jambalaya” using various ingredients - “leftover” ideas that still have application in the world of people and work. The articles that follow will use the same series of ingredients and a “fresh” approach to create an entrée – nutritious food for thought.

Keeping Change on Target

Change is like an Arrow…

Change is like an arrow flying through the air. It’s going to hit something – us, the bull’s eye, someone or something else, or it will fall aimlessly to the ground. The good news is that we may be safe for a moment. The bad news is that the archer of the future is loading another arrow and pulling back the string.

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