Tag: leadership

Send Culture to the Door When Trouble Comes to Call

I frequently write the words digital and success in the same sentence. Technology is important. A weak infrastructure at the beginning of 2020 meant it was a very hard year. As much as I value electronic connectivity, culture or the human side of business will always be the imperative. We

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The Power to Change Begins With a Question

“Imagine a future where you have the information you need to answer your most critical business questions. A time when you have the confidence to address challenging problems and thrive. And, a culture where you can embrace change, and anticipate a positive result.” Sharon Rice, .orgSource’s Managing Director of Business

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Digital Leaders Fly Ahead of Disruption

Technology is our silent partner in the challenging job of keeping the economy moving during COVID-19. This health crisis has taught us that the more we make the digital world our world, the better equipped we will be to manage both business and life in the face of disruption. Associations

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Scenario Planning Builds a Resilient Future

Should we cancel the conference? Are layoffs needed to keep the organization afloat? How much of the reserves can we safely spend? Responsibility for the decisions that make or break an organization is the tough side of leadership. Selling a solution to everyone who must agree can be even harder.

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The Best Solution Begins With a Beautiful Question

What do you think these three questions have in common? “How might we survive and flourish amid tensions and contradictions?”  “What is it about your business today that you can’t answer?”  “What if competitors worked together?”  In the eyes of author/journalist, Warren Berger, each of these questions is beautiful. Berger

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Fast Track Your Way to Innovation

Is your association innovative enough to survive in the roaring twenties? Before you answer, name three strategies you use to promote creative thinking. If they don’t roll off your tongue, consider this: Blockbuster— had a chance to buy Netflix and didn’t. Toys R Us—let a contract with Amazon derail their

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