Great thought leadership is aligned to the vision of the company. It should be of value but not give away the whole shop for free. It should entice people to hear more about what you have to offer. Be forward looking and inspiring. And yes, thoughtful.
This morning I flicked on CNN over breakfast I heard political advisor John Avlon say that Trump too often uses as strategies behaviours that Distract, Deflect or Discredit. Anchor John Berman added to this list – Divide. For me, business leadership is best served donig the opposite – Explain, Direct, Honour and Connect.
I’ve started to re frame the idea of what job does a product do and why would I want to hire it, around the idea of habit. What habits do I have that I actually want to off load or delegate to someone or something else so that I can focus on what’s more important.
I’m a big believer in using data-driven performance models to drive both business and personal change. I also believe you need to take care in choosing the metrics that you use in your model. A poor choice may result in a distorted view of what is happening and might actually result in outcomes outside of […]
We are probably the most tracked and measured people that ever walked the planet. And if you listen to the internet-of-things people, it’s actually only going to explode from here on it. Yet, awash in a sea of data are we really tuned into what this does for us. Now don’t get me wrong. I’m […]