Hal’s Blog- Last week I wrote about boxes and how the organization charts that contain them can have so little effect on organizational culture or performance. My colleague Arthur Webb wrote a comment musing on how a CEO might graph a set of relationships with no boxes. Great question. Let’s ponder it this week.
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Hal’s Blog-I have written extensively about how groups can test assumptions through prototype projects. This assumes that assumptions are an important starting point and need to be made explicit. It is hard to test something you have not defined. But there is another view.
Hal’s blog- I was speaking with my colleague Michael Corley the other day about how best to understand
the longer-term impacts from a program designed to help nonprofits. My interest was practical.
My Results1st partner, Robyn Faucy, led a four-part program for a number of nonprofits…
Hal’s Blog- Back when airlines published magazines for their seat backs, I read an inflight article nestled among the ads for cars and credit cards that I put in a file of stuff to think more about. This one finally rose to the top. I know it has been a while since it was printed in the last year of US Air!
Hal’s Blog- The word “standards” sounds great. We all want people whose standards are high. The real question is whether the standards forecast the desired outcomes.