By Wayne O'Neill
How do we really know why companies excel? Is it luck? Did they do something extraordinary? Is it just the environment? Were they prime for the right market at the right time and rode the wave? In Harvard Business Review, Michael Raynor and Mamtaz Ahmed from Deloitte tackled the question: “How do we know what makes a company exceptional?” …
By Maurielle Balczon
A long-term career full of lessons learned gives seasoned leaders deep smarts, but who is going to take on that knowledge as the organization continues to grow over time? How will critical content be transferred even after the current leadership’s tenure is over? All levels of the organization feel they own a piece of the business but, without a plan for the continuity of knowledge, the hard won work may quickly unravel as senior leadership take on other avenues in life.