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Doing What's Expected vs. What is Needed

by Hank Barnes  |  September 17, 2019

As businesses grow, role definitions often become more rigid.    And management usually follows suit.   New employees join the company and learn their role, with very well defined views of...

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One Powerful Tip to Improve Every Business Strategy

by Augie Ray  |  March 29, 2019

I generally hate blog posts and articles that suggest there is a single trick, hack or tip that can change your world. (I swear if I see one more headline...

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Jumping to Conclusions (Look Beyond the Headline/Soundbite)

by Hank Barnes  |  March 12, 2019

We all (I think it is safe to say all here) suffer from sensory overload.   We are bombarded with information, data, and insights.   We fear we miss something important, so...

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If Less is More, Why Does Everyone Clamor for More?

by Hank Barnes  |  August 28, 2018

Focus.    When things aren't going well, it's one of the first things that people bring up.  "We have to focus." Quality beats Quantity.  We hear that too  (as long...

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Metrics Provide Clues, Not Answers

by Hank Barnes  |  June 12, 2018

There are a few phrases that bug me.  One of those is "if you can't measure it, it doesn't matter."  Being an intuitive thinker, I firmly believe there are lots...

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