When I was a commanding officer in the Navy, part of my job was training junior officers and senior non-commissioned officers who had recently been promoted to positions of authority. Enlisted sailors who had attained a rank that enabled them to give orders were shocked to find that their juniors [&hellip
A Plan to Achieve What ?
Why Most Corporate Strategies Fail (and What To Do Instead) After investing 15 years and billions of dollars, Microsoft has finally decided to throw in the towel – that is, on their Windows phone strategy. Although many of us predicted that this strategy was doomed from the beginning, Microsoft finally [&hellip
The Challenge of Engaging Millennial Customers and Employees (and Keeping Them Engaged!)
A great deal has been written about engaging Millennials, much of it focusing on social media, buying habits, and using technologyto keep up with their fast-paced, short-attention-span style. Despite sinking a lot of attention and money into these strategies, many leaders feel dissatisfied with the results, since these approaches don’t directly address the values and motives that drive Millennials
Progress on Israel’s Purpose
I sat on a panel and gave a keynote, so I was able to say a lot about the situation. I talked about how the press and politicians keep the population in fear, as well as a few scary minutes challenging the prevailing perspective on the Holocaust, but the two key points