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The Relationship Between Organization and Process

The following is an excerpt of an article I wrote, titled “Leadership Observations of a Management Consultant.”  I will be releasing more excerpts over time. The Relationship Between Organization and Process “Organizations describe how work gets managed, not how work … Continue reading

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Who is the best qualified for the job?

The following is an excerpt of an article I wrote, titled “Leadership Observations of a Management Consultant.”  I will be releasing more excerpts over time. The Dangers of Promoting From Within There has been much debate over the years about … Continue reading

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The Five Personality Types of Change

This is part of a paper on consulting I wrote for a course I taught a few years ago.  I thought it would make interesting reading. Whether you are storming the city walls as part of a military campaign, as … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Interview with Tom Cox

An excerpt was created from the radio interview I did last week with Tom Cox.  Here is the link to read the article. http://www.oregonbusiness.com/guest-blogs/4286-how-cios-can-earn-greater-trust-from-the-executive-team.

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Contributions to a Published Article

I was recently interviewed by Esther Schindler for ITWorld on the topic of office romances. I was able to provide information from the perspectives of a manager, a consultant, and as an employee who once had an office romance that … Continue reading

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Synopsis of “Knights of the Saltier – Book 1 of the Order of the Saltier Trilogy” Continue reading

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