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26 05, 2014

Finding excellence: How to give and be our best every day

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From ChangeThis: In the 80’s, many began their search for excellence. Over three decades later, the search still continues for many of us and, for others, the search has just begun.

We were intrigued by the concept of excellence in both the personal and organizational domains. So, we began on a journey to understand excellence and soon found that a significant barrier exists. Excellence did not have a generally accepted definition. Thus, any further value we could contribute to the understanding of excellence must be predicated on unshakable bedrock and pillars sanctioned by all those in search of excellence. In short, a common working definition of excellence must be derived. · Go to Finding excellence: How to give and be our best every day →

8 08, 2012

The social media road map

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From FastCompany: As part of our social media roadmap in the September 2012 issue of Fast Company, we asked social media's savviest users about their best practices. Use this guide to share their rules, then add yours, and we'll keep charting a course through this rocky terrain. · Go to The social media road map →

14 11, 2011

Why best practices are bad for business

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From Chief Learning Officer: Best practices have some value, but they’re not the tools your leaders need to chart a path forward in challenging times. “A best practice can be useful, but it is not what creates the future,” said Paul David Walker, a business coach and author of Unleashing Genius: Leading Yourself, Teams and Corporations. “It is especially dangerous in a time of dramatic shifts in paradigms, which is what we’re going through now.” · Go to Why best practices are bad for business →

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