Archive for April 2013

The 25 Most Significant Sports Moments For An Executive: #1, Red Holzman and High Performance Teams

With the NBA playoffs in full swing there are many storylines to be written:  Will Miami repeat?  Who will emerge from the highly competitive West?  How far will both NY teams go?  Every postseason in all sports are certain to bring surprises and create legends, often proving useful for business […]

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Applying Lessons in Life to Avoid Death in Business

This week opened with news of three notable deaths, two will be greatly missed and mourned–Margaret Thatcher and Annette Funicello–and the third, Ron Johnson’s JCPenney demise will not.  Each offer useful examples for leaders to draw inspiration and lessons from, especially business executives. Although Mrs Thatcher was known […]

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5 Tips for Small Businesses to Avoid “the Apology”

Building credibility is a lengthy and challenging process for any organization, but especially so for lesser known entities.  However difficult it is to establish credibility, and it can be lost in an instant.  For example, Tim Cook apologized to Apple’s Chinese customers after the company’s second largest […]

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