Assessment of the situation to devise a game plan for things to come to fruition.

Johnny Manziel, the 22nd pick in this year’s draft, went where no college player has gone before. Not in 78 years. The NFL draft started in 1936.  Let’s do the Math. Well, math is not really my thing so let’s do the estimating thing. Roughly 12,000 football players have played in the NFL. And no one went where Johnny Football dared to go. 

You have seen them in nearly every professional setting: those not-so-subtle posters that display visually stimulating photographs complemented by inspiring quotes.  As motivational spins on subliminal messaging, these photos – and a host of other similarly designed gadgets – are meant to encourage perseverance, leadership, teamwork, customer service, and other productive behaviors.

the ceo magazine, business management

Study after study puts the failure rate of mergers and acquisitions between 70% and 90%.  Even when they don’t fail outright, they too often fail to delight. What steps can leaders take to make sure they don’t join the ranks of disappointing statistics?  It all starts with communication—before, during, and after the deal:



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