Legal Advice for Saas, Memberships and Subscriptions

Posted Nov 20, 2019

Robbie Kellman Baxter explains how to navigate the legal labyrinth when establishing a Saas business and save a bundle on legal advice.

How to Create a Dynamically-charged Team through Conflict

Posted Nov 19, 2019

Susan Drumm identifies how conflict can achieve greater results when it grows from cognitive diversity and provides a few key pointers on how to build a cognitively diverse team. 

How to Get Ahead of an Oversupplied Market

Posted Nov 18, 2019

From Luca Ottinetti’s company, a blog post that explains why business managers should rely on the industry cost curve to guide their actions and find out how supply and demand is impacting profits.

The Problem with the Perception of Lean

Posted Nov 15, 2019

While most companies have been focusing on lean, Dan Markovitz explains why they should stop talking about lean and move towards a more practical approach.

How to Handle Clients Who Cross Lines

Posted Nov 14, 2019

David A. Fields offers actionable advice on how to respond to a client when consulting work veers off the rails.

When the Rubber Hits the Road

Posted Nov 13, 2019

Three key points in ninety seconds from Amanda Setili on how to avoid strategy execution melt down. 

Accessing the Innovation Funds

Posted Nov 12, 2019

Robyn M. Bolton provides a few inside tips on how to work with resource constraints and the people who control them when you need to access the resources that will fund your innovation.

Key Presentation Tips Based on the Science of Persuasion

Posted Nov 11, 2019

Paul Millerd shares a comprehensive guide on how to communicate complex information in simple ways, and how to create memorable presentations with 20 secrets from strategy consulting and persuasion science.

Howard Stern’s Roadmap to Success

Posted Nov 8, 2019

This post from Jeremy Greenberg’s company blog identifies five lessons that CEOs can learn from Howard Stern.

The Constraints of Seeing Wrongly

Posted Nov 7, 2019

Jason George uses the examples of the stent and Ernst Haeckel’s biogenetic law to tackle the issue of “why bad practice persists even after it’s been proven incorrect,” and how we can overcome common misbeliefs.

Following the Path to Innovation

Posted Nov 6, 2019

In this TEDX talk at Columbia University, Kaihan Krippendorff discusses employee innovation within the model of disruption, and how it helps activate lean, agile innovation and growth in your organization.

Words not to Live By

Posted Nov 5, 2019

In a world that has an abundance of aphorisms and rules for every occasion, Robbie Kellman Baxter suggests that the community of professionals think twice before following advice.

Building Community from the Inside-out

Posted Nov 4, 2019

Jennifer Hartz shares a story of a wise investment, socially and economically, and shows how banks and other funds can support projects like these and earn a meaningful financial return.

Hiring a New Manager – Consider This

Posted Nov 1, 2019

Jesse Jacoby identifies a few of the core issues that can arise when bringing a new manager into the workplace.

How to Avoid the “Manager as Critic” Mode

Posted Oct 31, 2019

Jared Simmons identifies the common problem of managing through criticism, and he provides three ways to avoid “manager as critic” behavior to ensure better communication and outcomes.

How to Engage Your Team in a Successful Strategic Planning Process

Posted Oct 30, 2019

David A. Fields provides an eight-week plan for an effective strategic planning process that will engage and enthuse your team of consultants for the year ahead.

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