Archives for January 2011

What CEO’s Can Learn From Google

Google announced a reshuffling of the executive team and that one of the original co-founders, Larry Page, will assume the role of CEO. Not surprisingly, analysts didn’t get worked up about this news. Partially because Google has a few billion tucked away. But that’s not the only reason. Google understood that leadership credibility fosters confidence […]

Jumping The Curve

I talk repeatedly with leaders and teams about how to cultivate a new way of thinking about and responding to change. To position growth and innovation in a new way I will share a model called the S-Curve, sometimes also called the Growth Curve. The S-Curve represents the timeless process of birth, growth, decay, and […]

Tragedies, Tributes, and Political Trash Talking

Much has been written about the tragic shootings in Tucson on January 8th. If you search the internet for Arizona shootings you’ll find a plethora of articles about the nineteen people shot and the six fatalities. A positive respite in this tragedy is the miraculous progress of U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords. Not surprisingly, this tragedy […]

Pulling Out The Stops In 2011

Pulling Out The Stops In 2011 from Hugh Blane on Vimeo.