I’m one of the newest members of the MOR family and I just returned from my first Strategic Offsite. I am exhausted, energized and grateful.
It’s GO time! What do you want to accomplish this semester? This academic year? What are your strategic priorities?
The year: 1969. The place: a Milwaukee factory with 800 people. The goal: expand capacity by 33% while maintaining production and staffing.
The time is right to lift your head to consider your strategy in the three years ahead. Reinvigorate through strategically impactful goals.
I have a standing monthly meetings on my calendar, where I spend one hour to focus on my priorities in the coming month. I ask myself…
Many of us pride ourselves on being reliable and a source of solutions. This essay supports our focus on delivering the desired results.
I worked for a leader who always seemed to have the right advice at the right time. Once he shared the best advice he’d ever received...
Think about why you are so busy and yet not focusing on what you want. Until you understand why, you are not going to understand how to change.
With the continual breadth and depth of priorities, how do we actually go about determining what matters most?
MOR has facilitated exploration with 300+ people of trends likely to impact the future of work. This article outlines those trends and implications.