Leadership – The Management Imperative

  The Management Imperative Management’s imperative is to put useful data at the fingertips of its human capital on a timely basis and train them how to us such data. Source "The ROI of Human Capital: Measuring the Economic Value of Employee Performance” by Jac Fitz-enz, 2000, Page 6, ISBN 0-8144-0574-6   Related References The … Continue reading Leadership – The Management Imperative

Leadership – Success Characteristics in Decisive Situations

Key Success Characteristics in Decisive Situations For leaders and managers two key behaviors of success are: Pay great attention to relevant details Concentrate on skillful, timely, and accurate communications Source The Way of the Warrior: Business Tactics and Techniques from History's Twelve Greatest Generals, St. Martin's Griffin, 1998. ISBN 0-312-19535-4, James F. Dunnigan And Daniel … Continue reading Leadership – Success Characteristics in Decisive Situations

The Dynamics of Power – What is Power?

Power First and foremost, power is personal.  Our perception of a situation has much to do with our ability to affect a situation.  Therefore, power is each person’s ability to influence a situation.   When a person has no ability to influence their situation (even, if as a result of an inaccurate personal belief), they have … Continue reading The Dynamics of Power – What is Power?

The Dynamics of Power – The Law of Power

Power   The Law The fundamental law of power is that it is situational, multifaceted, dynamic, and perishable. Power is Situational Power is without a doubt situational, a person who is very politically powerful, but having no wilderness knowledge or skills, find themselves alone in the middle will have less ability to save themselves, than … Continue reading The Dynamics of Power – The Law of Power