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Beware the Two-Headed Monster - Partners in Business

August 16, 2018 Doug Walker
  Many businesses are started by couples or partners. They tackle challenges together and share operational responsibilities as the company grows. As business complexity increases the partners...
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Retaining Millennials

August 10, 2018 Doug Walker
  Recently I came across yet another article about how Millennials should be treated so that they don't lose interest and quit. I hadn't read one for a while, because I've never accepted the...
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Finding a Second in Command

July 02, 2018 Doug Walker
If all goes well in your business, you will reach the point when you to decide to share your leadership responsibilities with another person. How do you find such a person? What do they do? Can...
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Positive Feedback Management - The Point

March 21, 2017 Clemens Rettich

Discretionary effort. That's the whole point of using the Positive Feedback Management approach in your organization: discretionary effort.

Discretionary effort is effort we choose to make. We...

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Limina - The Courage of Decisions

December 23, 2015 Clemens Rettich

 You are standing at a doorway.

We are always standing at a doorway. We have in each moment of our lives a choice to walk through a door that moves us into a new space, or we can leave it closed...

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The I Factor - The Truth of Initiative

November 28, 2015 Clemens Rettich

 There aren't any "I" in 'team' but there are 4 of them in initiative.


The i-factor, the heart of the intrapreneur: the employee who behaves like an entrepreneur within the organization.

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