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Buy Your Way In and Accelerate Your Business

July 26, 2013

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I’m chronically dissatisfied. It’s not an unhealthy level of frustration.  I am just always looking for ways to be better and, most often, faster. This need for better and faster shot to the forefront when I was reviewing a new project with my team and it makes for an interesting case. The case highlights a […]

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Digging So Deep We Can’t See the Sun

April 11, 2013

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The question today is can we take it too far? Can we over-analyze ourselves into a corner as it relates to strategy? I think the answer is yes. We can take things too far. We can take business analysis so far that we actually get to a point of confusion, where we lack clarity, or […]

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Visioning (not Vision) and Strategic Planning

March 27, 2013

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The power of your mind’s eye What will you have created when you have executed your strategy? Can you see your strategy executed well and completed? In your mind, can you see the future state for your business and where you’ll be and what your business will be like when you’ve executed your strategy and […]

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And Things Keep Getting Worse for this New Business

January 31, 2012

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And worse and worse . . . I have previously chronicled some big problems for a start-up business being launched by a very good friend of mine.  Here are the “get you started” posts on this saga: Big Problems for New Business (Part 1) Big Problems for New Business – So What? (Part 2) Big […]

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3 Reasons YOU Say Business Strategy is Difficult

December 20, 2011

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  Is it not knowing enough about your customers or lack of good ideas that keep you from creating and executing growth strategies for your businesses? Well, no. I have engaged in some heated debates recently on the topic of “what makes strategy difficult?”.  And in the debates I have had with entrepreneurs and business […]

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