4 Critical Questions to Save Your Company from Quick Sand

4 Critical Questions to Save Your Company from Quick Sand

This blog talks about business that are in the condition of “Quick Sand”.  They look good on the surface, but there is constant movement beneath the surface that agitates and upsets the continuity.  Let me start by talking about real quick sand…

First What is Real Quick Sand?

Quick sand is not a particular type of sand but a condition that is happening to the sand and is not dangerous. Continue reading →

3 Crucial Business Trends to Plan for in 2014

3 Crucial Business Trends to Plan for in 2014

Business professors Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad have written about an experiment that was conducted with a group of monkeys.  It is a vivid story of failure.

Four monkeys were placed in a room that had a tall pole in the center.  Suspended from the top of that pole was a bunch of bananas.  One of the hungry monkeys started climbing the pole to get something to eat, but just as he reached out to grab a banana, he was doused with a torrent of cold water.  Squealing, he scampered down the pole and abandoned his attempt to feed himself.  Each monkey made a similar attempt, and each one was drenched with cold water.  After making several attempts, they finally gave up. Continue reading →