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Wisdom for the Week

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6 11, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.236: What do you want?

By | November 6th, 2017|Business Strategy, Wisdom for the Week|

No.236: What do you want? Do you want your suppliers to be late with your deliveries? Do you want the transport companies taking little care of your inventory? Then pay their invoices late causing them cashflow problems.If you want staff members job hunting to influence you to [...]

30 10, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.235: The Dogma House

By | October 30th, 2017|Business Strategy, Wisdom for the Week|

No. 235: Is your thinking in the Dogma House? Greek philosopher and mathematician, Plato, dictated that the circle was the perfect form for celestial movement. So, then for the next one-and-a-half millennia, astronomers, said that the planetary orbits were circular even though their observational data [...]

23 10, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.234: Making sense of mistakes

By | October 23rd, 2017|Human Resources, People Performance, Wisdom for the Week|

No.234: Making sense of mistakes "Well, that was silly of me." Perhaps not. It could be you showed everyone you're grounded and imperfect like the rest of us. "I'm so embarrassed."  "Sorry I got it wrong."  "It's my fault we lost." These are examples that happen every [...]

16 10, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.233: Leaders don’t yell

By | October 16th, 2017|Leadership, Wisdom for the Week|

No.233: Leaders don't yell Remember how calmly Apollo 13 Command Module Pilot Jack Swigert stated: "Okay, Houston, we've had a problem here"? Confident, competent, effective leaders don't need to yell. They strive to achieve their objectives without using angry emotions to signify urgency. Surgeons don't [...]

9 10, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.232: Information Validation

By | October 9th, 2017|People Performance, Wisdom for the Week|

No.232: Information Validation I have a fabulous friend, Clifton who gifts wonderful books. Another, Harry has great ideas for saving money on home renovations. Rex is a storehouse of useful information on ethical sales strategies and business development. All three stand behind their recommendations. What's [...]

2 10, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.231: Misconceptions

By | October 2nd, 2017|Management, Wisdom for the Week|

No.231: Misconceptions Quickly answer this puzzle: A pocket calculator and pencil cost $3.10 at the local stationery store. The calculator costs $3.00 more than the pencil. How much does the pencil cost? The number that comes to mind for most is, of course, 10 cents. [...]

26 09, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.108: Negating the naysayers

By | September 26th, 2017|Management, Wisdom for the Week|

No.108: Negating the naysayers They are those annoying people who never do anything brilliant themselves but find it their duty to condemn and criticise every idea you offer to make a difference. “That will never work.” “We tried that back in 1977. It didn’t work [...]

25 09, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.230 — Who makes the decisions?

By | September 25th, 2017|People Performance, Wisdom for the Week|

No.230 — Who makes the decisions? Why do we need to be challenged with ice buckets to donate? Are you giving more because you shaved your head, slept on the street, or painted a fingernail? When did we decide that it was only when we're [...]

20 09, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.72 — Professional Services Myths

By | September 20th, 2017|Pricing & Value, Wisdom for the Week|

No.72 — Professional Services Myths Myth: It’s a price-sensitive market. Reality: It’s a value-sensitive market. Everyone wants a great deal but no one wishes to sacrifice quality.   Myth: Start cheap to enter the market and capture your share. Reality: You’ve now set a low [...]

18 09, 2017

Weekly Wisdom No.229 — Disapproval

By | September 18th, 2017|People Performance, Wisdom for the Week|

No.229 — Disapproval In Australia, it is called "tall poppy syndrome." It is the culture where people who have achieved some raised status are resented, "cut down to size," or criticised because they have been classified as better than their peers. They receive disapproval from [...]