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So last night, I watched and listened and thought. And then it came to me. Favre epitimizes the role of quarterback, and the leadership responsibilites associated with that role. Read More
Over the years, Google's products have won praises and support from its users. Its products such as Gmail, Google Docs, Google Map and Google Analytics have truly improved our lives in many ways. However, this success was not welcomed by some and in fact, has been envied by Google's (many) rivals. With Google getting stronger and better by the da Read More
In most stories, a major character is confronted with a dilemma, often the challenge between “Doing what's right” and “Doing the right thing.” The tension between these two is real and visible, and while the desired outcome is clear, the means to the outcome is sketchy and treacherous at best. And the dilemma often feels bigger than life itself. Read More

The Toxicity of Silent Problems

The Toxicity of Silent Problems - http://www.withoutwarningcoach.com Avatar Posted by RJohnson4444 under Management
From http://www.withoutwarningcoach.com 4481 days ago
Made Hot by: kimmendrez on August 26, 2009 3:03 pm
A core competency of every organization is to be strong problem solvers. But why is it that some problems are so often avoided, go unnoticed and not solved? Read More

5 Mistakes I Made When I Started My Business & How to Avoid Them

5 Mistakes I Made When I Started My Business & How to Avoid Them - http://smallbizbee.com Avatar Posted by RickMick under Social Media
From http://smallbizbee.com 4484 days ago
Made Hot by: Jed on August 25, 2009 2:38 pm
Interview with Rieva Lesonsky, CEO of GrowBiz Media, candidly sharing the top 5 mistakes she made when starting a business, and how you can avoid the same errors. Read More
China is a world power. However, China also feels like its just a minute away from another Without Warning Event, which will be heard and felt around the world. Read More
Several years ago I discovered that a direct correlation between silent problems and business performance exists. Companies that deal with their potential and real silent problems quickly perform at a much higher level than companies that allow their silent problems to accumulate. So naturally as an executive coach, I spend a disproportionate amou Read More
On the surface the "structured to go broke" is an absurd concept, since all industries and companies are structured and designed for success. Right? If they weren't structured for success, from a Darwinian perspective they shouldn't exist. However, I'm pondering whether the very nature of some industries/companies, predispose them to be structur Read More

Too Good To Be True

Too Good To Be True - http://www.withoutwarningcoach.com Avatar Posted by RJohnson4444 under Marketing
From http://www.withoutwarningcoach.com 4493 days ago
Made Hot by: CindyKing on August 16, 2009 4:59 pm
On August 12th, BestBuy, the multinational consumer electronics giant faced a “too good to be true” challenge. In error, they posted a 52 Samsung Digital TV for sale at $9.99 on their website . On the surface, this is a simple story. Yes, a too good to be true story. However, there are several additional currents that should be challenged and inve Read More

The Power Goodbye

The Power Goodbye - http://www.withoutwarningcoach.com Avatar Posted by RJohnson4444 under Management
From http://www.withoutwarningcoach.com 4495 days ago
Made Hot by: McLaughlin on August 13, 2009 3:12 pm
In life, two constants exist - entrances/hello and exits/goodbye. In fact, the hello - goodbye relationship become the bookends of life, our gatherings, our careers, and our conversations. Each is unique. Each serves its role. Each has a specific purpose. But are they truly equal in their intent and impact? Read More
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