Tag Archives: lifelong learning

Transform your thinking

Really important changes start in our minds.  If you are attempting to transform your business, create disruptive innovations or make a significant difference in some grand challenge, you will most likely be limited by your fundamental thinking skills.  That’s not … Continue reading

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Tips for entrepreneurs

Yesterday I had the opportunity to talk to the Entrepreneurship class at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, my alma mater.  I split my talk between “Using Decisions Patterns to Accelerate Your Business” (which I’ve touched on often in this blog) and … Continue reading

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Mastering decision management skills

Learning is a lifelong process.  Sometimes what we think we know is the enemy of learning.  Learning starts with the admission (to ourselves) that we have a knowledge/skill gap to fill.  That takes humility or an imminent need to stand up and … Continue reading

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