Alan Weiss’s Word of the Week™ – 03/31/21
Today's word: ossature.
Guest Column: How to Unlock Your Data Vault
How to Unlock Your Data Vault By Ruben Ugarte Without even knowing anything about your company, I can guess a few things. First, your company has a significant amount of data. Second, you have more reports and dashboards than NASA. Third, you’re
How honest are you with your clients during projects about employee feedback, weaknesses in their direct reports, vagueness about strategy, poorly run meetings, and so forth? If you can't do that, forget about migrating toward a career as a trusted
I received an email today from a woman claiming to be a pharmacist (there was no last name or sig file). I had mentioned vaccines and their positive impact already in my Monday Morning Memo. She informed me that, since I'm
Alan Weiss’s Monday Morning Memo® – 03/29/2021
A paradox is an absurd or self-contradictory statement. It's not necessarily false. "Getting fired was the best thing that ever happened to me." (A lot of you can say that quite honestly, as can I.) An oxymoron occurs when contradictory
My observation and experience is that business leaders are looking for confidence and validation. These remain tumultuous times, but no one can afford to merely stand still. Even if you're on the right road, if you're not moving you're going
In our attempt to watch all the Oscar-nominated films after a year in which no one went to the movies, we started with Nomadland last night. It was a tour de force for Frances McDormand. Several of the supporting cast are
Episode 180: Harry and Meghan
The choreography and the end game. Listen to this episode on your favorite podcast platform: What people are really missing is the end game.