Tag Archives: organizational design
Posted on10. Mar, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
The next several days the blog posts will have a different angle. I want to explore what leaders can do to successfully integrate a change into a company. The content isn’t about leading people, but leading and overseeing a holistic approach to making change happen. Hopefully I don’t lose any of our readers with this [...]
Posted on15. Feb, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
Values are tricky. We have personal values that may not be articulated, but drive who we are, what we do, and how we respond to others. We take our values into any situation where they act as a barometer for what we consider to be right or wrong. It gets a little tricky when we [...]
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 [...]
Posted on04. Apr, 2010 by Becky Shook.
A mission, which succinctly summarizes your organization’s purpose in an inspirational way, is something that all successful companies have in common. But, how do you develop an effective mission statement? Once you have a statement, then what? When I facilitate the development of a mission statement, I work with a subset of leadership and employees [...]
Posted on12. Mar, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
I loved this short video from Dan Heath on writing a mission statement that doesn’t suck. I loved it so much I had to put it on our blog. So full disclosure: We did NOT create this video. We are simply spreading the great work of Dan Heath and Fast Company. With the kudos for [...]