Tag Archives: Great Recession
Posted on18. Apr, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
I recently watched Inside Job. It’s a documentary that explains the events that led up to the 2008 economic collapse. It’s thought provoking to say the least. The absence of leaders, then and now, stepping up and boldly taking action casts a bright light on where our leaders’ leadership crumbled, evaporated, and ultimately became a [...]
Posted on16. Nov, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
A business strategy is no good without people. Management can create a compelling reason for shifts in the business for 2011, but without engagement by staff into those changes, stellar strategy becomes stagnant strategy. By stagnant I mean that the strategic ideas and related tactics become fodder for water cooler conversation. Something like, “Did you [...]
Posted on20. Sep, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
This is the second and final part to my exploration of the Great Recession’s impact on leadership. As I shared yesterday, the purpose of this two part-er is to shine the light on potential pending shifts in business that will require executives, owners, senior and middle-managers to show up differently to lead in the New [...]
Posted on19. Sep, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
In this two part series, I explore the impact of the Great Recession on leadership. This super-mini blog series is written predicated on the belief that the series of events leading up to the Great Recession and then what followed forever changed our perceptions on business. I want to explore what the implications are for [...]