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Strategic Planning and Management Insights

Why Traditional Management Practices are No Longer Fit For Purpose - Guest Post by Tannya Jajal

[fa icon="calendar'] March 05 / by Tannya D. Jajal posted in Leadership, management

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A few months ago, I was talking to some friends about the importance of soft skills over hard skills. We discussed whether emotional intelligence, presentation, coordination and negotiation skills trump hard, numerical, quantitative skills. Naturally, if you put together a bunch of college kids that are wildly insecure about their independent inadequacies, a conversation like that is bound to lose its substance and end up a painful ego match.                                                        

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Working With Mediocrity, Millennials, and Technology: This Month in Strategy April 2017

[fa icon="calendar'] April 21 / by Jenna Sedmak posted in Strategic planning, Business strategy, Leadership, team building, management

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How Strategy and Culture Affect Employee Retention

[fa icon="calendar'] January 17 / by Anthony Taylor posted in Strategic planning, Human Resources- HR, Leadership, culture, management

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You probably understand the benefits of strategic planning for the purposes of getting more effective execution on your action plans moving forward, but have you considered the impact of your strategy and culture on the retention of your staff?

As culture becomes a more central part of organizations like Southwest, Zappos and other successes big and small, there is also a negative aspect to a culture that can have a direct impact on your bottom line.

Understanding what might be going inside your organization means looking  under the surface of your P&L (profit and loss), employee reviews and HR department. Let's take a look at strategy and culture together, and while we do, think about your organization and examples of how this might be represented within your team.

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