Boy, did Peter Drucker know what he was talking about. An Austrian-born consultant and educator, Drucker is considered the father of modern management philosophy and education. Although he died in 2005, his writings on the dynamics of business corporations and […]
This past year has been another year of fascinating experiences with clients, business leaders and colleagues from around the world. What better way to finish it off than one last grand trip—this time to the United Kingdom.
Last year, I spoke at a conference in California. Also on the agenda was Jeffrey Pfeffer, a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, who was sharing some of his provocative ideas from his book Leadership BS: Fixing Workplaces […]
In my travels as a leadership adviser, I meet a lot of leaders who claim to have the “recipe” or “formula” for business success. However, few have been able to express it with as much passion and focus as Alain […]
Everyone likes to be liked. It’s an important human need. And social media has taken this desire to new heights, as we all strive to be liked on Facebook or LinkedIn. It feels good when someone likes you. But I […]
As the year closes, many organizations are already planning a series of management meetings for the New Year. My colleague Dr. Liane Davey and I are tag-teaming on a pair of blogs to help you with the planning. Her blog […]