Monthly Archives: May 2016

Moral Courage

I have often been intrigued with how difficult it seems for a board and CEO to make the “tough decision.” I don’t think I am particularly good at it. It’s even tougher when the decision represents a crunch in core … Continue reading

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Board Alignment and Repositioning Options

I have written several blogs that address strategic engagement for boards. Dennis Russell, a colleague and MHS Consulting Associate, has co-authored (with Randy Bremhorst) an article that is very thoughtful. I commend it as you think about organizational repositioning. The … Continue reading

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