The One Question to help Leaders Focus on Strategy-Lesson from Intel

When you think of Intel, you most likely think of the its dominance in the microprocessor industry. Most of us have forgotten how Intel broke into the market depending primarily on the production of its memory chips. This shift in product strategy altered the brand, making Intel a household name. What was the one question that helps leaders focus on strategy?

“To Do” or Not “To Do”- That is the Question

So, if you're like any other regular, task-focused professional, you live and die by the great, all powerful "To Do" list.  Every morning or every night before you leave, you work feverishly to get your list going so that you can relax.  Unfortunately, it is also how you determine success on any given day.  How … Continue reading “To Do” or Not “To Do”- That is the Question

Why Super Committees ALWAYS Fail…

"With insects most of us know that bees are called swarms, and ants are called colonies. Among ocean life, I was aware that whales are pods, and fish are schools. Cattle are herd, birds are flocks, and if you watch Lion King, you know a tribe of lions is a pride. If you grew up … Continue reading Why Super Committees ALWAYS Fail…

Why You SHOULD “Date” Those Who Report to You

Why You SHOULD “Date” Those Who Report to You! Posted on April 21, 2011 by wtrentcotton One of the most misunderstood leadership concepts surrounds recruiting. Most managers botch the recruiting function in two ways: They are reactionary to openings Once someone has joined, they stop recruiting In essence, recruiting is much like dating and the relationship … Continue reading Why You SHOULD “Date” Those Who Report to You

Tip for Success: Know When to Shoot the Bird

Have you ever tried doing something to push yourself out of your comfort zone and against the odds, only to have nay-sayers constantly balking at you every step of the way? Like the poor climber in this picture, leading a change or striving toward success can be extremely difficult all by itself. However, when you … Continue reading Tip for Success: Know When to Shoot the Bird