You know in your gut that you and your organization aren’t the best they can be and will be someday. You’re seeking thinking partners to help your team and your organization realize their full potential. You want to strengthen your strategic leadership skills. Business models look to be a promising or at least intriguing avenue of discovery.
You’re an organizational leader or you work with them as a management consultant. You’re curious and a voracious learner, drawn to ideas, tools and information that will help you make a greater positive difference for others.
You’re anything but narrow. You know that a lot can be learned outside ones own specialized expertise. In fact, your ability to see past the 3-foot deep concrete wall in front of you and cut a door through it creates your success.
There’s so much strategy and management literature being produced, you want a strategic framework to know where everything fits so that you can separate what’s flavor of the day from a true best practice. Or you have a framework, but you want to make it even stronger.
It’s hard not to get dragged into operational work on a daily basis. A weekly blog to provide a jolt forcing you to think more strategically will keep you focused on your strategic leadership.
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