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Hire Well to Sustain a Positive Work Environment

by M. Dana Baldwin, Senior Consultant How many times have you decided you needed to add to your staff, decided on the technical qualifications the job required and started looking for the person to fill those requirements?  How many times have you hired someone who met all the technical requirements, but who did not really […]

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Is it a good objective, or are you seeking “world peace”?

This is my fourth post on bad strategic objectives. In my first post, I discussed a test to tell whether an objective you set for your organization is truly strategic. By now, I’ve also highlighted three common types of non-strategic objectives, the incremental objective , the accounting objective, and the lead brick objective. Today, we’ll […]

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Are your Objectives Really Worth Pursuing? Or are they just “Lead Bricks?”

By Robert W. Bradford, President and CEO In my first post on strategic objectives, I discussed a simple test to tell whether an objective you set for your organization is truly strategic.  I’ve also highlighted two common types of non-strategic objectives, the incremental objective and the accounting objective.  Today, I’ll cover another common non-strategic objective […]

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