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Navigating Risks and Opportunities of the Changing Nature of Work

When the COVID pandemic forced many companies to shift to a remote work arrangement last year, it represented “…one of the greatest disruptions to work in generations.” This disruption forced both executives and workers to be more innovative, with companies spending over $300 billion last year on technology to facilitate working from home. The transition…
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How to Achieve Organizational Goals with Scenario Planning

For this week’s post, I would like to share an article written for Carrier Management, a quarterly journal targeting executives in the property & casualty insurance industry. Although examples are specific to the insurance industry, the advice and insights are applicable to any organization. Whether formally documented or not, every organization is going to have…
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5 Steps to Avoiding Analysis Paralysis

Thoughtfulness is a wonderful trait and one my family and I strive for each day. In the professional setting, it’s also considered an essential leadership quality that ultimately yields better results for an organization. Individuals who process information more deeply than others can be called “sensitive strivers,” according to executive coach and author Melody Wilding…
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12 Resources to Help Guide Strategic Planning for 2022

As we near Labor Day and summer draws to a close, we’re also entering that time of year when organizations begin their strategic planning for the next calendar year. It seems that September and October are the best months for this important task since summer vacations are ending and the year-end holidays are still a…
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Disruptive Innovation: Obtaining Funding to Set your Company Apart

We take things like electricity, automobiles, and TV for granted today, but in their time, they represented disruptive innovations that transformed work, leisure, and family life. Disruptions like this have not slowed down; in fact, their pace and magnitude continue to grow. Consider that when telephone was invented in the mid-1870s, it took nearly 70…
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5 Ways to Improve ERM’s Reputation with Executives

The COVID pandemic of the last year blew the lid of uncertainty wide open… And while restrictions are easing and many are returning to the office, this uncertainty shows no signs of abating. In fact, it will continue to intensify. Now this may seem like an incredible opportunity for ERM to help the Board, executives…
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