Monthly Archives: July 2011

Company Accountability Part 2

After doing the accountability presentation, to six of my Solutions Forum clients, several findings emerged: 1. All six had accountability problems with employees to a greater or lesser extent; 2. The level of personal accountability on the part of the … Continue reading

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If you were looking for a sure sign of poor defending, look at Liverpool’s two goals in the first half. It is not just that both players were able to receive the ball unmarked less than ten yards from goal, … Continue reading

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Is Rupert Murdoch Leading?

I spent about an hour today watching the hearings, and have been following the news rather closely, because I’ve done crisis public relations for years, Ford, Gateway, Taser, et. al. Actually, I think Rupert is leading just fine, and his … Continue reading

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Accountability in Your Company, Part 1

To start towards accountability, first you must have attributes for the job. Continue reading

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To Heck With Twitter and Facebook

OK, now this should be a grabber headline. My point is serious, though: I’m sort of commenting on a Wall Street Journal article which has limited commets allowed, but the point is serious: A bunch of business owners were surveyed, … Continue reading

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What newer stadiums

Canada is the world third largest generator of hydropower, behind China and Brazil, and still has plenty of untapped capacity. Canadian generators added 5,000 megawatts of hydropower over the past 10 years enough to power 5 million homes and expect … Continue reading

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Financial Finagling

I got a debt collection call from representatives of HSBC this morning, and it set me off, since HSBC was one of three banks to cut/cancel my corporate credit lines after the first inklings of financial panic hit the banking … Continue reading

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Your Survival Budget

I thought that most, if not all small businesses had at least stablized, if not partially recovered from the recession. However, I did a blog post for Entrepreneur that was based on an article about how to did yourself out … Continue reading

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Making Your Strategy More Relevant

I put a comment on the blog on strategy (saying in essence that it should be consumer driven) by the Harvard Business Review, and Bill Seidman, who is one of the professors at Harvard teaching strategy was kind enough to … Continue reading

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