Medical Society of PEI adopts successful SEEC program for physician leaders
In April of this year, SEEC kicked off a custom, seven-month run...
It’s taken for granted that companies must operate as hierarchical power structures, where managers use their authority to control those below them. But some ground-breaking studies in neurology, psychology and human behaviour are challenging the notion of the efficacy of positional power in the workplace. In his book Mindful Management: The Neuroscience of Trust and […]Posted on
For decades, project failure rates were astronomical. To deliver a project on time, on budget, and on scope has never been easy. At times, it seems impossible to achieve. There are many reasons why project managers and their teams fail: not enough time, not enough resources, poor change management processes, “scope creep”, and the list […]Posted on
For a long time, the standard way the business world measured corporate performance was pretty straightforward – looking at financial profits. But this narrow focus does not capture the whole picture. Contemporary analysts recognize that non-financial indicators are just as important to organizational success. The Balanced Scorecard approach changes how strategic management is implemented, and […]Posted on
It is appropriate that the word “decide” comes from the Latin word decidere, which means to “cut off”. Electing for one course of action over others is indeed a “cutting off” of alternatives. Decision making means bringing finality to what was once an open question. No matter what your level of responsibility is, making decisions […]Posted on
I got a very typical call today from someone who wanted my opinion on certification – was it worth it or not? My first reaction was THANKS! I had to write my blog today and I was struggling for a topic. Now I had one. My answer….. it depends. Sorry. First of all it really […]Posted on