Change is constant.

We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek. -- Barack Obama

Communicators, now is our time. When the marketplace changes daily, companies acquire and divest routinely, rules of the game keep getting rewritten, and consumer preferences bob along on that fast-moving current — these are the times when we need clear signals, teamwork, and a shared sense of purpose.

Lencioni, P. (2004). Death by Meeting. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. When you stop to think of the resources an organization invests in meetings, you realize what a tremendous return is needed to justify them. Unfortunately, very little attention is paid to […]

Read more

Stone Zander, R., & Zander, B. (2000) The Art of Possibility. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. The authors urge leaders to shed “scarcity thinking” and embrace possibility. It is the difference between plugging away within confines and exploring boundless possibilities. […]

Read more

Senge, P.M. (2006, Rev.). The Fifth Discipline. New York: Currency Doubleday. Senge started a movement with this book, which outlines the first five disciplines (there may be more, he says) that are required to create a “learning organization.” Members of […]

Read more

There are no comments so far

Leave a Comment

Don't worry. We never use your email for spam.

Don't worry. We never use your email for spam.