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I just finished reading Viktor Mayer-Schönberger book titled “Big Data” and thought I would put together a short description of the book, seeing as big data has been in the new lately, (PRISM anyone?) and how it might affect your business.
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One of the most critical areas of a company's success is the ability to successfully manage consequences. It is a fairly common occurrence for us to observe and hear leaders complain about the behaviours of a particular employee or employees. It always amazes us that leaders allow these employees to consistently get away with poor behaviour. In essence “you get the people or culture that you allow”.
Companies that get role clarity right have a huge advantage over their competitors. They are more efficient, come up with more ideas and they are able to drive costs out of their systems.
Then maybe you should be looking at “Supportive Leadership”. Supportive leadership is the opposite of the “Authoritative Leadership" method I have talked about previously. With supportive leadership you focus on team harmony, support and care for employee values to build a positive atmosphere.
Should you try being forceful?
Updated your Canadian Company Capabilities web page lately?
Jeff was frustrated.
In project meetings, I hear that we're on track, yet we always fail to meet the deadline. And when I ask what happened, the answers are always the same: 'It took more time than expected' or 'I didn't have all the information I needed' or 'Something else came up and I just couldn't get it done.'"
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