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Posted by on Jun 9, 2014 in Business, Featured, Leadership, Workplace Morale | 0 comments

The Moral of Morale

In other words, the pundits inherently assume that their morale-lifting tactics and strategies apply to any organization, no matter the product or service in which they are engaged. They are correct in this regard. But, there is a catch. One cannot assume a constant success rate because there is more at play.
Allow me to put this notion to the test. If you were looking for a new job, which of the following fictitious companies might you be most interested in pursuing? Which of them holds the least interest?

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Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in Business, Featured, Leadership | 2 comments

LA Clippers: A Sterling Case of Hari-Kari at the Top

Call it a hiccup or a long-term slump; large or small, every brand faces a crisis. The crisis can be brought on by a direct competitor (Blockbuster trumped by Netflix), a sudden shift in consumer habits (The Beatle haircut on Brylcreem Hairdressing), a product recall (GM’s ignition switches), the mishandling of an environmental disaster (BP‘s oil spill), or the personal misbehavior of an executive.

As for the misbehavior of a chief executive, Donald Sterling is in a league of his own.

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