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The Iceberg of Ignorance Revisited

Many will be familiar with the concept of the “iceberg of ignorance”. It was popularized in 1989 by a consultant named Sidney Yoshida. Yoshida conducted a study that concluded that top management was only aware of 4% of the problems...

From Streetsweepers to Google

(Excerpted from the Q4 2015 Update) "If a man is called to be a streetsweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music, or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the...
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Strategy, Execution, and the Missing Element for the Huskers

There’s a big problem in the college football sports world. Well, in my opinion anyway. The Nebraska Cornhuskers, my alma mater, have momentarily lost relevance. At least, tens of thousands of Husker fans around the world and I hope it’s...

Millennials: Maybe Not Really that Different...

There's a lot of talk about how dramatically different the Millennial generation is. And so, every organization is madly scrambling to "appeal" to this large cohort. For crying out loud, businesses are destroying private offices, installing slippery slides, and changing...

The Emerging Leadership Challenge: Speed of Transformation

Consider this… The lifecycle of a business in the 20 th century was 75 years. By the year 2000, that number had dropped to 15 years. Now, the number is 7 years. See it explained eloquently in this video... Is...

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