02Mar

The Simple Main Reason Why Most Organisational Change Initiatives Fail

If the collective brain doesn’t rewire sufficiently to embrace the desired change, the result is failure to change. It’s that simple. The many elaborate change models used by organisations have the astoundingly consistent failure rate of 70%. Most of those models do not adequately address the reality that change will not occur in the person read more

23Feb

For All Former Military and Para-Military Members – What We Miss and What We Can Do About It

In the beginning, we signed up for the excitement and a higher duty we believed in. Quickly we learned that, also, we were there for each other. There was no bitter rivalry between us, though we did strive for our personal best. We were dedicated to our dual duties. We appreciated each other, laughed at read more

16Feb

The Five Contemporary Bottom Lines

I remember when there was once only one ‘bottom line’ – financial, i.e. profit. Next there was the double bottom line – profit and people. Then I heard about the triple bottom line – financial, social and environmental. And then I heard about the quadruple bottom line – profit, people, planet and purpose. Now in read more

09Feb

The Top Six Moves for CEOs to Make Now

It seems the world is in turmoil with uncertainty of global political stability; accelerating technological change; commoditisation of services; loss of trust in the validity of information from and through the media and the growing impact of climate change. 2017 is shaping up to be a very interesting time, though not without hope and the read more

02Feb

Three Reasons Why Small Businesses Stay Small When the Opposite is Desired

Many clients have come to me frustrated because they wanted to grow their business and couldn’t. When I explore their situations, these clients reveal these most common reasons: Ignorance Not knowing how to structure and develop scalable systems. Not being able to distinguish between what is a cost and what is an investment. Not knowing read more