by Dr. Brett Ashley Crawford
in Financial Adaptation,National Conference
(This post is a part of the Financial Adaptation blog salon curated by Adam Thurman for the 2013 TCG National Conference: Learn Do Teach in Dallas).
Organizations require successful financial and organizational structures to survive. Much like their human staff, they cannot thrive on a restrictive diet. Doing more with less results in weaker muscles and fatigue. Rather, success is found in a lifestyle change. A healthy organization has a similar holistic framework to its personnel. Nutritious fuel, exercise and recharging equate to three frameworks of business success: a definitive and desired value proposition for the community, strong decision making system, and a nimble frame. While these may seem obvious, concepts are difficult to put into practice. I want to offer some resources for leaders and managers to begin considering how to move their organizations from surviving to thriving in the new economy. Read More
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