Posts Tagged: peer advisory group

  • Are you solving the right problem?

    Are you solving the right problem?

    Chances are, you are not solving the right problem. In a survey published in the Harvard Business Review of 107 C-suite executives, 85% thought their organization was bad at problem diagnosis. The problem is that we human beings are bad observers of our own reality. Our self-defense mechanisms prevent us from seeing certain situations; that

  • Undercover Boss uncovers new perspectives

    Undercover Boss uncovers new perspectives

      A stint on the CBS show “Undercover Boss” gave CEO Jeff Dudan some leadership insight into his company, AdvantaClean. Dudan is a six-year member of Vistage, a peer advisory group that helps CEOs and key executives improve their companies and communities by expanding perspectives and optimizing decision making. His “Undercover Boss” insights provided additional

  • Blind(s) Ambition

    Blind(s) Ambition

    In 1996, Jay Steinfeld started a Mom & Pop drapery business out of the back of his car. Jay wanted his company to grow, and he joined a local peer advisory group in 2004 in order to help make that happen. From discussion with his peers, Jay discovered that his company culture was acting as

  • Peer Diversity is Not an Oxymoron

    To explain this, it may be worth taking a few moments to define the term peer. The dictionary.com definitions are as follows: 1) a person of the same legal status: a jury of one’s peers; 2) a person who is equal to another in abilities, qualifications, age, background, and social status; 3) something of equal worth or

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