Articles Tagged ‘Troy Schrock’

BHAG This, BHAG That…

BHAG This, BHAG That…

Troy Schrock

The BHAG concept, first identified by authors Jim Collins and Jerry Porras, is a powerful tool for rallying an organization around shared vision. The challenge is to avoid rendering it meaningless by misapplication or overuse.

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Failure, a Great Teacher

Failure, a Great Teacher

Troy Schrock

Much has been written about what makes great organizations successful, but we can learn at least as much from how they fail. A systematic approach to studying failure should be a top priority for all business executives.

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The New Normal

The New Normal

Troy Schrock and Scott Bahr

It has been a tumultuous decade in the world of business, and many individuals and organizations are anxiously waiting for things to return to normal. They can stop waiting. “Normal” is here.

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Rock Rules

Rock Rules

Troy Schrock

Nothing is more critical to strategy execution than setting and executing quarterly priorities. Yet, executive teams often find their best efforts derailed by five common mistakes. Learn how to avoid them in your organization.

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Straight Talk with Jeffrey Pfeffer

Straight Talk with Jeffrey Pfeffer

FEATURE INTERVIEW

As an author, speaker, TV commentator, and business professor, Jeffrey Pfeffer delights in challenging conventional wisdom when he thinks it is misguided. In this wide-ranging interview, he does just that.

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Creating a Culture of Strategy Execution

Creating a Culture of Strategy Execution

Troy Schrock

Strategy execution will only be as strong as the thinking on which it is built, and good strategic thinking thrives in a culture of discipline and purpose. Learn how to implement the basic habits of a healthy culture in this practical how-to guide.

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Why Retire?

Why Retire?

Troy Schrock

Why would anybody continue to do something they don’t enjoy? Why not do something you do enjoy? And if you enjoy it, why stop? Four professionals explain why they have chosen to remain vocationally engaged beyond the age of 80.

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