A customer of mine, who I’ve worked with on and off for the past ten years, recently contacted me to start our coaching relationship again.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
“The flywheel fits within a framework of principles we uncovered through more than a quarter-century of research into the question of what makes a great company tick.”Read More
“A culture of discipline is not a principle of business; it is a principle of greatness.” ~ Jim Collins, Good to GreatRead More
Why create a flywheel for your business?Read More
Many customers ask, how do we apply Jim Collins’ work to make the leap from Good to Great?Read More
Do you believe in Good to Great as the pattern to build a Great Company?Read More
Do you know what your flywheel is?Read More
Are you open to learn from your errors? If you’re open to learn from your mistakes, often they can launch success and opportunities that would never have occurred without accepting failure.
Saturday, my son Noah, performed a solo and in a quintet at Solo and Ensemble, at Jefferson High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Watching him perform reminded me of the irony of freedom. It also reminded me of a quote I’ve used several times in my blog, that the will to win isn’t as important as the will to prepare to win.
How important do you value discipline in your organization? How much thought if any do you give to it?