Jeff Henderson – Catalyst 2013

Ron Edmondson

Jeff Henderson was one of my favorite speakers at this year’s Catalyst Conference. The post Jeff Henderson – Catalyst 2013 appeared first on Ron Edmondson. His talk was on what non-profits can learn from for profits. One reason I identify with Jeff is because of his background in the business world. Here are a few thoughts Jeff shared: The solutions non profits are trying to provide aren’t keeping up with the problems they are trying to solve.

Art Break: Henderson


Art Contrarian looks at the New Mexican paintings of William Penhallow Henderson

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Blogging on Business Update from Bob Morris: 10/15/12

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here are some recent posts that may be of interest to you: REVIEWS How Women Lead: The 8 Essential Strategies Successful Women Know Sharon Hadary and Laura Henderson INTERVIEWS Maria K. Nassetta Dave Logan David Smith Fortune Harvard Business Review HBR Hilton Worldwide How Women Lead: The 8 Essential Strategies Successful Women Know Jan Rivkin Josh Linkner Laura Henderson Management Tip of the Day Maria K.

Change Management Challenges

Lead Change Blog

Today we are pleased to share a post from Rebecca Henderson. Rebecca Henderson owns Strategic Priorities Consulting, specializing in strategic planning, organizational design and development, and leadership implementation.

4 Things For Profits Can Learn From Non-profits

Ron Edmondson

Recently I heard a great talk from Jeff Henderson (read my notes HERE ), on what non-profits can learn from for profits. What Non-profits Can Learn from For Profits…Jeff Henderson.

Nine Reasons You Should Sign Up for this Free Web Event

Ron Edmondson

Jeff Henderson will talk about his actual sermon prep routine. My friend Casey Graham is such a kingdom builder. And, he’s generous. And, he’s brilliant. I wish I could think like him. He is putting together a free online web event to help pastors. What a deal! I asked Casey to tell you more about it. Here is what he wrote: Want to see more people volunteer? Want a better financial situation? Want to grow your church this year?

3 Ways To Remove The Pain From Preparing A Weekly Sermon

Ron Edmondson

The event is being hosted by Jeff Henderson. This is a guest post by my friend Casey Graham. Casey is one of the most innovative church leaders I know. He is passionate about Kingdom building and helping those who desire to Kingdom build. I haven’t seen any project of Casey’s yet I can’t support.

Why Women Should Lead Boldly


Sharon Hadary and Lauren Henderson, authors of “How Women Lead: The 8 Essential Strategies Successful Women Know,” recently wrote a blog entitled “Why Women Should Lead Boldly.”

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Richard Henderson, judge of a back-country court in Colonial North Carolina, possessed, to borrow his own words, "A rapturous idea of property." He was not alone. Many Americans of his time, among them Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry, and George Washington, were similarly inspired. During the energetic decades preceding the American Revolution (and for many years thereafter), speculation in wilderness land was considered an honorable way of growing wealthy.

Learn How to Preach at this One-Day Workshop

Ron Edmondson

Preaching Rocket is hosting a one-day workshop called Preach Better Sermons LIVE , featuring some of the nation’s top communicators – Andy Stanley, Pete Wilson, Jeff Henderson, Reggie Joiner, Pete Scazzaro, Jarrett and Jeanne Stevens and more. Conferences are great, but sometimes, the content can be overwhelming. That’s why Preaching Rocket has created a one-day workshop focused on just one ministry topic: Preaching.

Rejoice in Life

Tony Mayo

–George Bernard Shaw quoted in George Bernard Shaw: His Life and Works A Critical Biography (authorized) By Archibald Henderson Click here to download a free version of this image to print.

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Leading From The Land Of Possibilities

Joseph Lalonde

M oving into the next Catalyst Lab session, I have the opportunity to hear Jeff Henderson speak on leading from the land of possibilities. Jeff has quite the resume in this area. He is the lead pastor of Gwinnett Church, the most recent multi-site location of North Point Ministries.

Which Novelists Make You Smarter?


There isn't a particular novel that I have in mind - I could not get into his Henderson the Rain King - but Mr. Sammler's Planet, Humboldt's Gift, Ravelstein, and Herzog certainly hit home.

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On October 15, 1981, in the stands of the sold-out Oakland Coliseum, Krazy George Henderson had a vision. October 15, 1981, is the day Krazy George Henderson invented the Wave.

Happy 4th Of July

Joseph Lalonde

Image by Colin Henderson The post Happy 4th Of July appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. T oday is the 4th of July. Here in the United States, we celebrate our independence from foreign rule and the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.

A Partial Defense of Our Obsession with Short-Term Earnings

Harvard Business Review

HBS professor Rebecca Henderson , along with Hazhir Rahmandad of Virginia Tech and Nelson Repenning of MIT, set out to explore that apparent contradiction. I spoke with Professor Henderson about their research.

Thought-full Thursday: Helping others


” ~Nelson Henderson. “The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.” How many times have you watched someone struggle, shrugging your shoulders, walking away thinking “It’s not my problem”?

This April we’ll be showering you with training opportunities

Bud to Boss

Become an empowered public speaker at the American Speaker Training Camp , where presentation experts Jeanette and Roy Henderson teach participants how to shine on stage. Are you getting spring fever? If you’re itching to get out of the office for a few days, but still want to be productive, you’re in luck. April will be our busiest month ever for training camps, so you have lots of options about where to go and what to learn.

The real deal on how to join a Board

Roundtable Talk

Guest panellists David Anderson (The Anderson Governance Group), Sharon Ranson (The Ranson Group) and Holly Henderson (Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation) shared their best tips and here’s a roundup for those who weren’t able to snag one of our limited seats. .

Where Disruptive Innovation Came From

Harvard Business Review

In a 1990 seminal study of the semiconductor equipment industry, Kim Clark and Rebecca Henderson argued that the organization and knowledge flows of high technology companies reflect the architecture of their underlying product.

The Future Economy Project

Harvard Business Review

Our advisers: Rebecca Henderson. Future Economy. We believe in climate change And we’re taking action. The United States’ decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord has sparked discussion across the business world. Many companies, big and small, are examining their own commitments to sustainability in light of America’s shift.

There Are Still Only Two Ways to Compete

Harvard Business Review

Back in the early 1960s, the great Boston Consulting Group founder and strategy theorist Bruce Henderson asserted that there was only one way to successfully compete: gain a relative market share advantage over all competitors so as to have lower costs than all of them. Photo by Andrew Nguyen.

World Innovation Forum - The Pressure to be Insightful

CEO Blog

Michael Martin- Marketing and Strategy (a high interest topic for me) Rebecca Henderson - ( Co-director of the Business and Environment Initiative at Harvard) Building sustainable Organizations Daniel Pink (one of my favorite authors/thinkers) And lots more I am spending the day in NYC at World Innovation Forum. I am a "blogger" so get to sit in the press gallery. At the same time, there is high pressure to be insightful in Tweets (#wif2013) and Blogs.

Sustainable Business - Good for Business

CEO Blog

At World Innovation Forum, Harvard''s Rebecca Henderson spoke about sustainable business. She used one of my favorite phrases - "Change is Opportunity" and she did emphasize that change is happening. She recognized that businesses need business cases in order to fully embrace environment and sustainability. She laid out 4 plausible cases: 1 - Save Money. Of course any company will implement something that saves money. So do the analysis.

The Future Economy Project: Advice from Sustainability Experts

Harvard Business Review

The discussion with Michael Toffel and Rebecca Henderson of Harvard Business School, Tensie Whelan of NYU’s Stern School of Business, and Andrew Winston of Winston Eco-Strategies has been condensed and edited for clarity. Henderson : I was struck by the fact that several of the CEOs noted that despite the fact that many companies are becoming gradually more sustainable, in general it isn’t happening at anything like the necessary speed or scale. Future Economy.

Leadership Lessons Presentation by Jeff Appelquist December 6th


You can register by emailing Sheila Henderson: Email your request to be registered to Sheila at: Award winning author and leadership expert, Jeff Appelquist. Jeff will be speaking to an emerging leaders group on December 6th about how the lessons from our history can inform our practice of leadership.

Working + Managing Across Generations: From Traditionalist to Generation Y & Beyond…An Interactive Workshop

Create Learning

Henderson Woods, LLC. Working and Managing Across Generations: From Traditionalist to Generation Y and Beyond… An Interactive Workshop. to download a pdf description of this program click here…. Outcomes—. This session engages participants to: Enhance workplace productivity.

Wellness Perks And Programs Popular Among Best Places To Work Companies

Eric Jacobson

No-cost 15 fruit and vegetable "brain foods" every day - Genesys Systems Integrator Fitness facility - Argosy Casino Hotel & Spa; Henderson Engineers Inc.; Last month, the Kansas City Business Journal published its list of 2013 Best Places To Work Companies in the Kansas City metro.

What Is Strategy, Again?

Harvard Business Review

Aggressive outsourcing and partnering to improve efficiencies (perhaps a reference to “ The Origins of Strategy, published in 1989 by the granddaddy of strategy consulting, BCG founder Bruce Henderson).

Customer-Centric Org Charts Aren’t Right for Every Company

Harvard Business Review

Henderson of the University of Oregon and Irina V. The new conventional wisdom on corporate structure is that companies can do better by organizing themselves around customer groups.

Unilever’s Big Strategic Bet on the Dollar Shave Club

Harvard Business Review

” More specifically, male grooming is Unilever’s largest growth driver, according to Chet Henderson, Unilever’s VP of Insight, Personal Care. Buttoned-down Unilever just paid $1 billion dollars for the Dollar Shave Club.

Designing the Machines That Will Design Strategy

Harvard Business Review

As BCG’s founder, Bruce Henderson, once stated , “The first definition of a problem is inescapably intuitive. kenneth andersson FOR HBR. AlphaGo caused a stir by defeating 18-time world champion Lee Sedol in Go, a game thought to be impenetrable by AI for another 10 years.

How Much Is Trump Really Disrupting Politics-as-Usual?

Harvard Business Review

Others, such as Rebecca Henderson, point to innovations that change what it takes organizationally to deliver what customers want. HBR STAFF. Is Donald Trump an anomaly who is having a long run? Or does Trump represent a fundamental change in the U.S. political system?

Caption Contest 2010.3

Chris Brady

Posted by: Mike Henderson | February 23, 2010 at 04:45 PM "I told you that YOU to cut the tree down AFTER I balance the log between my buttcheeks."

Being the World's Largest Ad Agency Might Not Be Something to Brag About

Harvard Business Review

Henderson, the John and Natty McArthur University Professor at Harvard, say executives in the financial industry have the capacity to do a lot of harm to capitalism''s moral framework if they give in to the temptation to structure the rules of the game around maximizing their own profits — something that''s fairly easy to do when practically no one understands the esoteric markets and instruments that big banks have been brandishing lately. Google''s All "Who Cares?".

How to Negotiate Your Next Salary

Harvard Business Review

Anastasia Henderson* had a year left on her contract with a San Francisco-based tech company when her manager asked if she would consider a salaried job. Negotiating a salary can be an uncomfortable process. You want to get what you're worth but you also don't want to offend or scare off your future employer. This situation is only more complicated in a tough job market. When offers are few and job seekers are plenty, you might be tempted to take whatever is offered to you.


Are you stuck in a never ending project spin cycle?

Roundtable Talk

One of the highlights came from keynote speaker, Harvard Business School professor Rebecca Henderson, who spoke to us on the subject of organizations being stuck , and how they can get un-stuck. Dr. Henderson kept playfully referring to Project #26.

GM’s Comeback as Theater

Harvard Business Review

At least this is the argument put forth by Heidi Moore, who supports it with an HBS working paper by Susan Helper and Rebecca Henderson. Notes on Hubris GM Sold Us on a Comeback. Don't Buy a CEO's Apology — Buy Cars That Are Safe The Guardian GM succeeded because America wanted it to, not because it had the ability to make safe cars.

Idolatry of the State

Orrin Woodward

Reply Re: Idolatry of the State by Eric Henderson on Sat 07 Aug 2010 08:25 PM EDT | Permanent Link Wow, what a post. Orrin Woodward Leadership Team Welcome to the leadership blog of the 2010 International Association of Business Top 10 Leadership Guru Orrin Woodward.

Exit, Voice, and Albert O. Hirschman

Harvard Business Review

By the way, the next thing on my Hirschman reading list, as recommended to me earlier this year by HBS professor Rebecca Henderson , is The Passions and the Interests: Political Arguments for Capitalism Before Its Triumph. You're a corporate shareholder unhappy with the direction management is taking. Do you a) take the "Wall Street walk" and sell, b) raise hell at the next annual meeting, or c) just hold onto your shares and hope for the best?