A "kangaroo court" is not a marsupial legal body, but rather an illegitimate court trying to find someone guilty of something without proper evidence or procedures. That's often the case in organizations, where blame is favored over cause and punishment over
If everyone in leadership positions in government, business, academia, non-profits, news media, and entertainment would stop looking for "blame" and start looking for causes to correct, we'd start solving our problems more quickly and inexpensively. The problem with the "blame game"
It's reported this morning that the auto dealers' convention in Las Vegas is an ecstatic event because after a tough time during Covid's worst moments, things are booming now. The housing market has gone crazy. Professional services firms are doing
As you look forward and help your clients look forward post-pandemic, ask: What sustained us and we should continue nurturing and improving it? What worked fairly well, but needs improvement if it's to be useful in the future? What is clearly not capable
Have you noticed how time limits, like time expiring in football games, tend to drive performers to heightened levels of achievement? But when there are no time limits, objectives just drift on and on with less and less accountability. It might