by Larry Mandelberg | May 18, 2023 | Business, Business Growth, Change, Culture, Leadership
Businesses want predictability and dependability, i.e., no change, while the world is constantly changing. This creates friction. Learning how to manage the environment and maintain a sufficient degree of stability is an art most haven’t perfected, much less realizing any need to try. Here, Mandelberg talks about how to do just that.
Wordcount: 415 Time to read: 3 minutes
by Larry Mandelberg | Nov 30, 2022 | Uncategorized
The question of why a business exists has many answers based on the interests and desires of leadership and those involved in the funding of the organization. Nonetheless, there is one universal truth about business purpose, a.k.a. why a business exists. Read this short blog post for the answer and let me know what you think. Enlightening or stupid? Either way, enjoy.
Wordcount: 309 Time to read: 2 minutes
by Larry Mandelberg | May 27, 2021 | Business Communication, Communications
Wordcount: 535 Time to read: ~3 minutes
According to George Bernard Shaw, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
by Larry Mandelberg | Apr 26, 2021 | Business, Decision-making, Entrepreneur, General, Leadership, Strategic Planning
Wordcount: 543 Time to read: ~3 minutes
If an optimist sees a glass half full…
In business, most choices are clouded in grey while decisions are often reinforced by perspective. Don’t let your perspective obscure others and become your jail. Always be open to different ways of thinking.
by Larry Mandelberg | Jan 13, 2021 | Business, Business Growth, Entrepreneur, General, Leaders, Leadership, Management, Managers, Strategic PlanningWordcount: 814 Time to read: 4 minutes On New Year’s Day, 2021, CNN Senior Political Analyst John Avlon began a segment with “The pandemic touched every part of the economy in 2020.” What I heard on my head was every part of the economy suffered in 2020 because of the...