Category: Strategy

Defining your strategic intent with “The Art of Action”

The Art of Action

The mind map and video show you a simple and effective way of defining your strategic intent. The “Art of Action” by Stephen Bungay stresses the importance of making your strategic intent clear and simple. Intent is what you want to achieve and the reasons why. You should limit you strategic intent to defining and …

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Hungry for the Win: How to Be Successful in Business

Successful sports athletes all have one thing in common and that is their will to win. It doesn’t matter what kind of challenge it is or who they are competing against. What matters is that they give their very best to achieve victory. Business leaders can learn a thing or two about success from these …

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Ideas for Success from Mindshop – February 2012

Read the latest quarterly newsletter “Ideas for Success” from Mindshop There are three thought-provoking articles in the February 2012 edition: Business Maximizer Opportunities Using your Strengths to Leverage your Opportunities 3 Key Ideas for Business Success in 2012 I hope these articles are of interest and l look forward to getting some feedback. Do take …

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Ideas for Success from Mindshop – November 2011

Read the latest quarterly newsletter “Ideas for Success” from Mindshop There are three thought-provoking articles in the November 2011 edition: Applying the “Art of Action” to your business Designing surveys to test customer needs Three Key Ideas for Business Success in 2012 I hope these articles are of interest and l look forward to getting …

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Who will be your first follower?

Who will be your first follower?

Applying Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy Watch the three-minute video that shows how the “first follower” turns the “lone nut” into a leader.  This is far more than an entertaining video. It contains some powerful lessons for hi-tech companies trying to introduce a new technology. Note the importance of the first follower.  This prompts some …

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