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Why is best in class really not very helpful?

I am not a fan of benchmarking.The practice of picking "best in class" and trying to copy what they do (a "best practice") in hopes that whatever benefits they realize will fall to you is a risky business.Here are a few questions I have for those who choose to "follow the leader".Who decides who is best in class? So-called (and often self proclaimed) experts in a particular organizational function

The simple choice that amazing startup leaders make

Peter Drucker said of leadership: "Most leaders don't need to learn what to do. They need to learn what to stop."The same can be said of effective strategy creation It's not just about what you take on as a new direction, its more about what you do to terminate your old ways that are no longer relevant.And that includes deciding the customers you intend to serve - "the WHO" - and those you choos

12 reasons why following the lean startup method is not enough

Are you struggling to get your startup working? Are you thinking of starting your own company and not sure if you have what it takes? Or, are you looking for the next best tactic in business, that will get your startup to move to the next level? There are many resources on how to start a business. Tactics, ideas and everything necessary to give you the perfect game plan to start the next billion-

The simple secret to a successful career

For those of you who remember your philosophy courses, here's a syllogism which is undeniably true.Individuals who step outside the rules of compliance get noticed,People who get noticed typically have more opportunities than those who are invisible to those around and above them,Ergo if you are non- compliant with the rule system of the day, you will get more chances to succeed.An organization is

6 exciting ways a leader can engage every employee

ROY OSINGMuch has been written on how organizations can engage their employees more successfully and create a competitive advantage. The advice offered tends to be of a program nature: company-wide initiatives promulgated from above that all functions "down below" are expected to participate in. My 33+ years of leadership experience suggests a different way of looking at how to "hook" ever

2 simple reasons most new businesses fail

ROY OSINGSome say 9 out of 10 new businesses fail. Others say 50% will not make it 5 years. Ignore the precision of the numbers and you are left with the inescapable conclusion that when you start a business there is a very good chance you will fail.Why is the mortality rate so high for startups?These four explanations are typically used to explain failure.a) They don't have sufficient financial

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