Ted’s Top 10 Posts of 2012

  You’d think it would be a cinch to identify your top posts of the last year for a year-end “Best Of” post, right? Not so fast. As we were discussing our respective lists, we had to decide: are we talking about most-read posts? Most retweeted? Most shared on LinkedIn or Facebook? Most liked on […] Read moreRead More»

The Slippery Slope of Not Asking Why

I’d like to think I’m good at challenging the status quo.  To get regular reality checks, I spend time with college kids creating for-profit and not-for-profit businesses aimed at solving wicked problems.  They truly challenge the status quo and it is, fortunately, invigoratingly contagious. Sometimes (most of the time?), the status quo is so deeply […] Read moreRead More»

The Neglected Culture

Without intentionally cultivating and nurturing your company’s culture, you’ll get what emerges from neglect. And it won’t be what you or your employees want. Your customers will know that something is “off” with your company. Ugly things grow from neglect. Discontent settles in. An aimless anger grows. Counterproductive behaviors dominate. Slowly, imperceptibly your culture devolves […] Read moreRead More»

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