Posts Tagged: Problem Solving

  • 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

  • How to Leverage Visioning to Drive Value

    How to Leverage Visioning to Drive Value

    Fridays with Vistage is a webinar series on relevant, timely and actionable business topics to help you generate results in your business. On Friday, August 14, Tom McCrary of Chief Outsiders will present, “Creating a vision to inspire your organization,” You may register for it here.  There was a recent exchange on Twitter between Tom Peters

  • Five Ways to Manage Conflict

    Five Ways to Manage Conflict

    Conflict is a part of business life. In any given day, you may be involved in conflict as either a participant or an overseer. In each case you’re expected to play a role in the management of the conflict, hopefully in its constructive resolution. Chances are you have a certain style for managing conflict.

  • An Interview With George Lucas

    An Interview With George Lucas

    Among the many highlights of attending the Milken Institute Global Conference is hearing from people like George Lucas.  One of my favorite quotes from Peter Senge describes the difference between creating and problem solving – two distinct leadership challenges.  Senge says, “The fundamental difference between creating and problem solving is simple. In problem solving we

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