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The Developmentally Delayed Organization
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
The solution to the DDO Syndrome is to institutionalize the way people are to be managed, so that good management practices aren't dependent on individual managers, but are a feature (and strength) of the organization itself.

The Fairness of Office Politics ... Integrity and political motivation!
  By: Edward B. Toupin
Many people complain about the "unfairness" of politics in corporate America. To overcome this view, it is essential to learn how to separate the personal world from the corporate world.

The Law of Improvement Displacement
  By: Jim Clemmer
Too many managers fail to balance cash flow and wealth. They allow today's cash flow needs to crowd out tomorrow's wealth producing activities. These shortsighted managers forget that today's cash is the result of yesterday's wealth investments (some of which go back decades).

The Purpose-Profit Paradox
  By: Jim Clemmer
The paradox to be managed is: Companies that exist only to produce a profit don't last long and companies that don't pay attention to profits can't exist to fulfill their long-term purpose.

The Vision to Prevail in an Economic Slowdown - Peripheral That Is
  By: Jim McCormick
Don't miss the inexpensive opportunities to bolster a client relationship or exploit a passing opportunity because your laser-like focus on improving profitability and revenues has cost you your peripheral vision.

Two Keys to Adding Values
  By: Jim Clemmer
Designing statements, putting them into action and consistently showing what the organization stands for.

Warning! Values May Be Detrimental to Your Organizationís Health
  By: Pat Lynch, Ph.D.

Do your employees complain of favoritism, or inconsistency in decision-making, or lack of fairness?  If so, the problem - and the solution - may be your organization's values.


What Makes A Good Organizational Consultant?
  By: Roberta Cohen
By keeping these parameters in mind, and utilizing them to verify a consultant's ability to deliver needed services, the likelihood of having a positive collaborative experience is greatly increased.

What to Do When Trust is Low
  By: Rick Maurer
Trust is essential. You can't run a business without it. Customers leave. Risk taking evaporates. You find yourself surrounded by naysayers - or worse - yes men and women. No one dares tell the truth. Departments put up barricades creating fortresses inside your castle.

What You Need To Know About Incorporating Your Business
  By: Diane Hughes
Most US-based small businesses are getting eaten alive in taxes! That statement has proven itself true over and over again. However, while small business owners want to save money, many are literally afraid of incorporating their companies. The paperwork, the additional reports, having a set payroll amount each month, and other visions swirl around their heads. Those visions could be costing you a ton!


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