- November 23rd, 2015
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A career choice, I deliberately chose to work with privately held mid-size companies to avoid the politics that hampers good decision-making in larger companies. Trouble is that in these mid-size companies it is friendships not politics that is an obstacle when trying to do what I do for clients – grow sustainable business value, pre-transition. More specifically it is the abuse of friendships that is at the core. Now don’t get me wrong. Friendships and strong bonds are critical in business. At deConstantin we swear by the KLT rule when engaging with new staff or clients – Do they pass the…
- November 21st, 2015
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Have you seriously considered your company’s end-game? No matter what the business, it demands an end-game. More specifically an end-game equation!
If you have no destination in mind and you just float around aimlessly, you could end up anywhere. Hardly a sensible (or fair) strategy when so many others depend on the business for their livelihood and future.
I ask my audience a simple question whenever I present at CEO forums. “Who in the room has a strong end-game?” Few of those present ever put up their hands. So, based on this less-than-exhaustive research, I suspect you too haven’t yet considered your end-game strategy.