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Measuring Where You Are Going

In our most recent newsletter, we identified that defining methods for measuring success is another building block of operational effectiveness. A logical starting point in measuring success is having clarity on what you want to accomplish. This can be measured in a variety of methods, based on what you want to achieve: Defined revenue growth

Accountability and Collaboration

Effective Leaders who are accountable for the successes within a Company recognize the impact of collaboration. As Steven Covey identified in his book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, there is strength in working together and collaboration. As Covey has said: “alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” and

Accountability & Managing Expectations

As we continue our discussions on how accountability is a characteristic of the building blocks for operational effectiveness, we encourage you to ensure you have defined and manageable expectations. To do this, consider the following: Set clear and concise deliverables in order to have clarity on expectations Obtain buy-in and consensus from those participating and

Accountability & Taking Responsibility

In our most recent newsletter, we discussed some habits that encourage accountability within an organization. One of those habits is to take responsibility for leading. Here are some notable quotes on this: “A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom,” by Bob Dylan Responsibility is something that should drive all

Risks and Commitment

BusinessDictionary.com defines risk as “a probability or threat of damage, injury, liability, loss, or any other negative occurrence.” That definition could encourage folks to not act. Yet, on the flip side, one needs to consider the risk of not acting. As a Business Leader, have you considered the implications of not committing to what needs