The other day I had lunch with a university professor and former consultant. We talked about the Executive Mastery Fellowship program that I am developing for CEOs and Board of Director members. One of the critical questions we discussed was the nature of the pain that CEOs experience; is that an insufficiency in goal-setting or […]
Monthly Archives: September 2009
The Wright brothers were right!
“For some years I have been afflicted with the belief that flight is possible to man.” In pursuit of any available data and information on the topic, Wilbur Wright wrote this line to Octave Chanute, a contemporary and eminent pioneer in the field of aeronautics, on May 13th, 1900. Because Wilbur wanted to fly, which […]
Bigger, Higher, Faster, Farther …
Facts tell but stories sell. Here’s an up to date story that’s of immediate relevance to your business. That’s right; I’m talking to you, the CEO decision-maker with ultimate authority and ultimate responsibility for the success and failure of the company. The highly successful F-16 fighter jet was developed in secret; not just kept away […]
Is our approach to business insane?
Albert Einstein once described insanity as “Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”. He also said that: “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.” You don’t need to be an Economist or a Business analyst to […]