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Posts Tagged: challenge

  • No retreat, no surrender Article

    Reinventing yourself after a setback How do you reinvent yourself after a major setback? After being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2007 at the age of 54, I didn’t know where to turn or what to do. Fixated on the notion that my skiing days were over along with other activities I could no longer

  • In Season: How an NFL Cheerleader Outfitter Navigates the Challenges of Booming Growth Article

    Do you wanna dance with somebody? Deb Erickson, alongside 125 of her customers, did when they turned the floor of her thriving performance apparel business into a giant stage for a few incredible minutes. And, yes, their powerful music video was set to the Whitney Houston classic (with some Rihanna mixed in). Dancers and cheerleaders

  • Challenging Open Innovation Article

    Open Innovation is an effective method for gaining ideas from outside an organization, but in order to achieve long term sustained Innovation, companies need to establish a structured repeatable process. Breakthrough innovations still have to come from within the company through hard work and consistent efforts. A great example of this is Procter & Gamble

  • What Core Values Drive Your Peer Advisory Group? Article

    Earlier this week, Glen Hellman wrote a posted titled, 5 Signs Your Company’s Core Values are Rotten.  The timing was perfect, as my graduate students from Seton Hall University’s MASCL Program were engaged in an exercise to define the vision and values of their learning team.  As I noted in a post last year, Learning

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