Tag Archives | Organizational Effectiveness

Valuing the “How” and “What” of Results

Are the “what” and the “how” really that important to organizations? The “what” and the “how” are abbreviated descriptions for two critical elements organizations (and the leaders and employees who drive them) need to function. The “what” represents results that come from the performance of work done at the individual, team or organizational level. Examples […]

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Implementing Successful Change

As the economy continues to improve, companies are likely to be thinking about the challenges they face in operating their businesses and crafting the solutions to address them. For those organizations that may have already taken these steps, this may be the time when executives at these companies put those solutions in place. Unfortunately, a […]

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