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Six reasons to not trust your gut

In human cognition, decision making occurs in two main ways: a fast, involuntary, unconscious manner call System 1 by Daniel Kahneman,...

Seven things that make a great story

This post from Tom Albrighton draws on academic research into political storytelling, and other sources, to argue that the most effective...

Six features of well-designed KPIs

Key performance indicators (KPIs), also known as key success indicators (KSIs), are the suite of highest-level measures linked to an...

Ten habits of highly effective boards

Richard Legion of the Association of Governing Board of Universities and Colleges (AGB) detailed the following ten habits of highly...

Five design thinking mindsets

Be curious. Curiosity makes everything new. It invites exploration. It makes everything play. Most of all, curiosity is going to help you...

Twelve natural laws of business

An inspiring, strategically sound vision leads the way to greatness (especially if you write it down!). You need to give customers really...

Seven questions on losing creative edge

Is our current success making us self-satisfied and complacent? Are we inwardly focused? Do we punish risk takers who fail? Are creative...

Six leadership unifiers

To succeed as a leader, you need to unify: Your purpose. The driving ambition that shapes what you and your organization aspire to...

Planning works

There's a myth that planning is a concept that everyone needs, but no one uses because the world moves too fast for us to commit to a...

Inclusive decisiveness

A trick to great planning is to involve a wide swath of stakeholders with diverse perspectives while simultaneously being decisive about...

Not all good ideas are good ideas

Planning is commonly thought of as a process of inclusive decision-making about what the organization needs to do next. This is, of...