Monthly Archives: October 2013

Washington is Dysfunctional and in Critical Need of an Organizational Effectiveness Makeover

The United States’ Governmental structure and two party system is designed for conflict and compromise. Since the founding of the U.S. in 1776, there have been periods of relative calm and compromise and other periods of extreme dysfunctionality. Many people in … Continue reading

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Eliminating Organizational Silos and Internal Politics as Barriers to Organizational Effectiveness

The dictionary defines politics as activities that relate to influencing the actions and policies of a government or getting and keeping power in a government. The definition also includes the opinions that someone has about what should be done by … Continue reading

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Risks that Cause Significant or Catastrophic Failure of Organizations

Failure of organizations to identify, assess and quantify potential risks and then take action to mitigate the risks can lead to situations that can result in their significant or catastrophic failure, harm to their reputation and possible injury/death. Sometimes the … Continue reading

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