Monthly Archives: August 2010

Maybe it’s just where I’m sitting but I am struck by the unambiguous reality of the “leadership transition” that has been talked about and fretted over for years: it’s finally happening!  The number of energetic, thoughtful, articulate leaders who are … Continue reading

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When a popular national magazine like Newsweek declares that there is a new ‘crisis,’ I do what many readers do.  I turn right to the article, and then automatically become skeptical.  When the article proclaims a ‘creativity crisis,’ my antennae … Continue reading

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For those who have finished all three Stieg Larsson novels, I have three suggestions for your summer reading list: 1.  The Nonprofit Strategy Revolution, by David La Piana, explains why traditional strategic planning, which generates agreement on lists of long-term … Continue reading

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