Why Leadership Requires Prudence and Temperance

Mills Scofield

Balanced Scorecard Culture Innovation Leadership Prudence Strategy Temperance Thank you Innovation Excellence for posting my thoughts from Smartblogs on Leadership ! Why Leadership Requires Prudence And Temperance.

Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris (Week of 1/7/13)

First Friday Book Synopsis

Bob's blog entries "Good and Bad 'Multipliers' in the Workplace Environment "How to achieve large-scale transformation in a series of smaller pragmatic steps" "How to formulate a 'balanced scorecard'”? BOOK REVIEWS Likeable Social Media: How to Delight Your Customers, Create an Irresistible Brand, and Be Generally Amazing Dave Kerpen Taking Flight!

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Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris (Week of 1/21/13)

First Friday Book Synopsis

Kaplan Robert William Fogel Setting the Table Solitude and Leadership The American Scholar The Balanced Scorecard The Fourth Great Awakening & the Future of Egalitarianism The Master and His Emissary The McKinsey Quarterly The Talent Masters Thomas O'Neil Tim Leberecht Victoria Ransom Walter Chen Wildfire William Deresiewicz

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Salty to Sweet: The Transformation of Mount Franklin Foods

Change Starts Here

Using the Balanced Scorecard methodology, the team developed a one-page strategy map, which detailed the objectives the team was trying to achieve and showed how they were connected. They also created a scorecard to measure their performance against each objective.

Your Employees Are Not Mind Readers

Harvard Business Review

When I was CEO of Campbell Soup Company, we used a balanced scorecard to create an explicit understanding of each employee in terms of what they were expected to accomplish, including financial objectives, market share objectives and key project objectives. This scorecard defined the "what." By balancing this tension, you give them the pride of authorship as they solve problems in harmony with your expectations. As a leader, what do you want to accomplish?

Work-Family Guilt Is Wasted Energy

Harvard Business Review

The implication is that women "choose" to gear down their careers in favor of work-life balance. Today, most companies are still far from any level of balance at this level. See our 2013 Global Gender Balance Scorecard. Gender Government Work life balance

How Women Are Faring at Business Schools Worldwide

Harvard Business Review

There is a raft of research showing that improving gender balance leads to enhanced business performance. But business schools, which serve as talent pools for companies that are working on their own gender balance, seem stuck in yesterday’s statistics.