Archive

Category Archives for "Month: November 2017"

The Strategy of Succession Planning – Part One

By M. Dana Baldwin Note:  This post is the first in a series of posts from Dana Baldwin’s article The Strategy of Succesion Planning originally posted in Compass Points in January 2000.  Part One will introduce the topic and discuss the Succesion Planning Process. When Business Week magazine features an article questioning why Herb Kelleher, CEO of the […]

Continue reading

What Happens When the Host Country Environment Changes? A Tale of Currency Devaluation You Have Successfully Outsourced – Part Three

By Denise Harrison Note:  This post is part of a series of posts from Denise A. Harrison’s article What happens When the Host Country Environment Changes originally posted in Compass Points in November 2004.  Part One introduced the topic and discussed how Competition, Customers, Technology and the Economy will respond.  In Part Two, we discussed The assumptions we made, Strategic Options, Evaluation […]

Continue reading

What is your Twenty-Mile March?

 By Denise Harrison Disciplined action is the key to your success – Jim Collins highlighted its importance in a recent speech.  How can you use this concept to ratchet up your team’s performance? A twenty-mile march – what is it? The concept of a twenty-mile march is to set a goal to reach consistently over […]

Continue reading

What Happens When the Host Country Environment Changes? A Tale of Currency Devaluation You Have Successfully Outsourced – Part Two

By Denise Harrison Note:  This post is part of a series of posts from Denise A. Harrison’s article What happens When the Host Country Environment Changes originally posted in Compass Points in November 2004.  Part One introduced the topic and discussed how Competition, Customers, Technology and the Economy will respond.  In this part, we will discuss The assumptions we made, Strategic Options, […]

Continue reading