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Creating and Sustaining the Offensive Mindset
A common understanding of offense is that it's all about attacking and taking an aggressive stance. This is true, but it's much more than that. It's a mindset that is centered on seizing and maintaini...
Fire and Forget Initiatives
Military tacticians often talk about 'fire and forget' weapons. These are missiles and bombs that you can just aim at the enemy target and that are more or less able to guide themselves to the target ...
Richard Martin on how to bypass obstacles while keeping a watch on them
Whenever I’m working on a project, whether one of my own or for a client, I find that obstacles and resistance tend to crop up. It is easy to become distracted by these hindrances to progress. At a mi...
Richard Martin's Monday Morning Brilliant Manoeuvre - 15 April 2013
People are not mushrooms; they don't grow best in the damp and the dark. You have to let in the light so they know what is happening, why it's happening, and what needs to be done, both individually a...
Richard Martin's Monday Morning Brilliant Manoeuvres
Top-down, nested hierarchical planning is critical for the full articulation of the organization's mission and for translation into purposeful action.
Richard Martin's Monday Morning Brilliant Manoeuvres -- 6 May 2013
Never assume you're completely right about your enemy (or competitors) nor completely wrong either.
Richard Martin's Monday Brilliant Manoeuvres
Active, covert threats will continue to grow, and companies must be on the lookout for attacks not just from direct business competitors, but also from actual and potential opponent groups.
Richard Martin's Monday Morning Brilliant Manoeuvres - 4 March 2013
Let your competitors focus on their existing customers and products. That creates opportunities for you to manoeuvre around them.
Sometimes You Need to Micromanage
Micromanagement is a bugbear in most organizations. Despite the bad reputation of micromanagement, I think it is often missing in organizations.
Sources welcomes Adam Strimaitis, Author of The Millionaire Moron
Adam Strimaitis, Author of The Millionaire Moron
Sources welcomes a new member: Adam Strimaitis, Author of The Millionaire Moron. Adam Strimaitis is an author, professional speaker and corporate trainer.
Use Experience to Learn Systematically
Just like military forces, companies and other types of organization should be disciplined about conducting after action reviews.
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