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May 8, 2014
Hitting Our Numbers, Missing the Mark
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Hitting Our Numbers, Missing the Mark
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Hitting Our Numbers, Missing the Mark

Peter Drucker taught us that “the long term is not simply the adding up of short terms.” Yet in practice, it is extremely difficult for leaders and managers to balance short-term interests and long-term visions, since there is such intense pressure to deliver budgeted results and so little breathing room in today’s fast-changing economy.

By Jack Bergstrand

Hitting Our Numbers, Missing the Mark

Peter Drucker taught us that “the long term is not simply the adding up of short terms.” Yet in practice, it is extremely difficult for leaders and managers to balance short-term interests and long-term visions, since there is such intense pressure to deliver budgeted results and so little breathing room in today’s fast-changing economy.

By Jack Bergstrand
April 10, 2014
When Our Strengths Are Not Strengths
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When Our Strengths Are Not Strengths
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When Our Strengths Are Not Strengths

In personal and organizational settings, Peter Drucker advised us to build upon our strengths. What my colleagues and I have learned over the past decade, working with many different kinds of organizations, is that there is also an underlying and important sequence to best activate these strengths.

By Jack Bergstrand

When Our Strengths Are Not Strengths

In personal and organizational settings, Peter Drucker advised us to build upon our strengths. What my colleagues and I have learned over the past decade, working with many different kinds of organizations, is that there is also an underlying and important sequence to best activate these strengths.

By Jack Bergstrand
March 13, 2014
Our Most Important Legacy
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Our Most Important Legacy
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Our Most Important Legacy

We often work with companies hoping to get rid of their “legacy systems”—outmoded technologies that they’ve been slow to replace because of the tremendous cost and disruptions required to do so. But in many cases, they wind up focusing on the wrong “legacy.”

By Alan Kisling

Our Most Important Legacy

We often work with companies hoping to get rid of their “legacy systems”—outmoded technologies that they’ve been slow to replace because of the tremendous cost and disruptions required to do so. But in many cases, they wind up focusing on the wrong “legacy.”

By Alan Kisling
February 24, 2014
Brand Velocity and the Drucker Institute
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Brand Velocity and the Drucker Institute
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Brand Velocity and the Drucker Institute

The combined forces of Brand Velocity and the Drucker Institute will help you get out in front of your most pressing issues—major opportunities, longer-term challenges or immediate crises.

Brand Velocity and the Drucker Institute

The combined forces of Brand Velocity and the Drucker Institute will help you get out in front of your most pressing issues—major opportunities, longer-term challenges or immediate crises.

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