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32nd Annual SCIP International Conference & Exhibition
'Developing & Engaging the Modern Intelligence Workforce'
May 15-18, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Practical tips for breaking the cycle of getting consumed with working on the most urgent things but never getting to the real priorities that you know need your time.
SCIPTL;DR - Set up an infrastructure to prioritize your strategic priorities (1) Allocate formal time for the strategic at the beginning of every week (2) Make it a formal practice to never do email first thing in the morning (3) Set up formal urgency filters
10 Principles of Strategy through Execution These ten principles - derived from our experience working with global business - can help you build strong links between strategy and execution now and in the years to come. Set a lofty ambition for your…
SCIP'How to link where your company is headed with what it does best'
Anyone attempting to lead change in an organization knows to expect some resistance. Change is not a rational process; no matter how positive the future you are creating, it's natural for humans to struggle with it. Such resistance is no less…
SCIP'When we think of people as resistors, we don’t truly engage with them.'
D. Charles Galunic
– Nov 7, 2016, 4:28 AM
Networking is important for career growth but not everyone loves it. Eric, an executive at a city firm, developed close ties with an associate partner while working on a special project. The relationship was envied by many of his cohort who saw it…
SCIP'Networking is important for career growth but not everyone loves it.'
You probably know someone who makes sniping remarks like: Old media is dying! They were too stupid to notice the internet! They're snobs and stuck in the past! The real story is much more complicated, journalist Gabriel Snyder said on the latest…
SCIP“The reason old media companies have so much trouble adapting is not because they don’t know what to do or even that they should do it, it’s [that] the internal politics of it are so difficult to navigate.'