Monthly Archives: September 2013

Is Your Board of Directors Enhancing or Hindering Your Organization’s Effectiveness in Achieving Desired Outcomes?

Highly effective Boards enhance the effectiveness of their organizations in many ways including selecting a highly effective CEO, providing guidance and advice to the CEO, making sure the organization is acting in the best interests of shareholders/stakeholders, reviewing and approving major plans … Continue reading

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The Holistic Organizational Effectiveness Survey – How People Rated their own Organizations

Most HOE Survey Respondents rated the holistic effectiveness of their organization as “low” The following histogram displays the overall average ratings for all respondents of the Holistic Organizational Effectiveness Survey:              Overall Average Ratings - All Respondents               (Overall Avg. Rating = 3.45)  Rating Scale:  … Continue reading

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Holistic Organizational Effectiveness in the Public Sector

In many ways public sector (governmental)  organizations face the same Holistic Organizational Effectiveness issues that businesses, not-for-profit and other types of organizations face. Their ability to consistently achieve their desired outcomes depends on the effectiveness of their leadership, governance, people, culture, … Continue reading

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Fixing U.S. Healthcare – We Need a Holistic Approach

U.S healthcare spending is out of control. It currently accounts for approximately 18% of the U.S. GNP (gross national product) and it is growing annually. Per capita healthcare spending in the U.S. is much higher than in any other country while our … Continue reading

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