A unique window of opportunity

In many strategy rooms, the social side of strategy—misaligned interests, egos, and cognitive biases—creates inertia that gets in the way of organizations committing to big moves. In times of crisis, however, the burning platform is clear, leaders are often in military-command mode, and pre crisis budgets have become obsolete. Resources are easier to reallocate whenContinue reading “A unique window of opportunity”

Why You Should Follow Your Passion In Life

Life is too short Life is short. It’s fragile and its delicate. It’s here one moment, then gone the next. It’s never okay to just settle because we aren’t here for a long time. As humans, we have a shelf-life. And although our energy will live and carry on, we are only physically here forContinue reading “Why You Should Follow Your Passion In Life”