How very wet the water is
Sometimes it feels right to state the obvious as Scarecrow does after falling into the river in L. Frank Baum’s, The Marvelous Land of Oz. A friend of mine recently called me out for stating the obvious in our last blog…
Are You Ready for Your Strategic Planning?: Part 1 – Know Your Customer
“There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.” Sam Walton How well you know your “one boss” – your customers –…
2016 Q1 Checkup
Create your strategy. Align people to your strategy. Grow faster Position your organization for faster growth by downloading this exercise you can use with your leadership team Dialect Q1 Checkup PDF
Ready Pac Foods Case study
Read about our work with Ready Pac Foods. Dialect Ready Pac Case Study
Ventura Foods Case Study
Read about our work with Ventura Foods.Dialect_VCaseStudy.pdf
Six principles to improve your leadership decisions
Our decisions help define us as individuals and organizations – our great decisions and our poor ones. You can click here to read our article in Smart Business.
How can you allow your employees to be better innovators
In this article, we explore what neuroscience has to say about how we get in the way of innovation. You can click here to read the article.
Andy was asked to speak to Lutheran Family and Children’s of Missouri. The CEO asked that he speak about the experience of being a father of a child with special needs and the impact it had on his personal and…
Vision isn’t the answer
In this Smart Business article we discuss what questions a business needs to be clear on in order to be successful in the short run and long run. Vision is just one of those questions. Click here to read the…
Moving beyond, “What’s in it for me?”
In this recent Smart Business Article, we talk about how using these three principles you can increase the probability that fewer people will ask, “what’s in it for me?” Click here to read the article.