Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.
Whereas the founding fathers had had the foresight to anticipate market conditions at the end of the war, Saab’s management in the 1970s failed to…
Stanford Lecturer Shirzad Chamine is chairman emeritus and former CEO of the largest Coaching organization of the world, the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI). He developed Positive Intelligence (PQ)® including a Smartphone App for its daily practice.
Around 1830 the word “coach” turned at Oxford University into a slang word for a tutor who “carries” a student through an exam. Thirty years later the word coach entered the sports world. In the 1970s the US discovered the real potential of coached managers.
The geek word “problema” meant a “task, which is proposed, a question.” Thus, “no problem” is not expedient – as for each creative process we need an initial question – the better formulated, the easier the solution.
Creativity is the ability to create, i.e. To bring into existence. Innovation is the introduction of something new. The first is without time and judgement. The second a process, which needs to be managed incl. Time and judgement.
A five step approach to find the best coach for you in the current situation with a certain given challenge and a desired outcome.
Building a Storybrand is one of the best approaches to market. Donald Miller’s reflections should be included into strategy development, too.
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