Why Performance is a Team Sport

"The good men may do separately is small compared to what they may do collectively." Benjamin Franklin He would know.....Mr. Franklin started many first-of-its-kind successful organizations through his junto of 12 members. Some are still in existence today. The nation's first Lending Library University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Hospital Most notably, he was the only Founding Father who was … Continue reading Why Performance is a Team Sport

Why too many businesses look like communism

I have been reading a couple of books by historian Yuval Noah Harari and Steven Pinker - two great thinkers of history and cognitive science.  In Sapiens and Homo Deus, Harari has an interesting take of why Communism, for all intents and purposes, failed. In Pinker's Enlightenment Now, he shows how Democracy has flourished in the past 30 years - doubling … Continue reading Why too many businesses look like communism

Radical Candor is just plain wrong!  (Neuroscience backs me up)

Radical Candor is the wrong approach for proper feedback and growth From Feedback is not Enough Gallup article - The six most dreaded words for any employee: Can I give you some feedback? Gallup has found that only 26% of employees strongly agree that the feedback they receive helps them do better work. Although it is quite … Continue reading Radical Candor is just plain wrong!  (Neuroscience backs me up)

Growth Roundtable participants see 3x growth in 3 years

“The 3HAG system easily integrated strategic purpose into our execution process, resulting in us achieving annual growth rate of 30%+ consistently. Having experimented with other systems, I found 3HAG’s multi-system design uniquely beneficial in it’s ability to weave in different initiatives simultaneously, all under the #1 corporate goal of growing top-line revenue and bottom-line profit. … Continue reading Growth Roundtable participants see 3x growth in 3 years