organizational health: noun

  1. The most practical and sustainable competitive advantage in business.
  2. The intersection between operations and culture.
  3. The context for strategy, marketing, technology, finance, human resources and every other minor discipline.
Antonyms: DYSFUNCTION, POLITICS, CONFUSION, BUREACRACY, SILOS.
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PAT'S POV

What's Your Face?

Years ago, my wife told me that I had a “face,” but I didn’t believe her.  What she meant was that I had a particularly unattractive facial expression that I unintentionally displayed when I was feeling frustrated by my inability to be understood. 

LEADERSHIP

The Law of Thirds

There is a model that I really love to share with clients because it always provokes an exceptionally strong reaction from them, a terrific mixture of revelation and relief. What I'm talking about is something called the "law of thirds," and here's how it works.

PRACTITIONER'S CORNER

The 5 Big Causes of Burn-out

Over the past 30 years, I've watched plenty of friends, colleagues and clients get burned out at work. I've recently come to the conclusion that there are different reasons for burning out, and that someone's personality and worldview probably influence what their reasons are.