Of Zombies and Group Decision Making

I recently read an article in the Harvard Business Review, Making Dumb Groups Smarter and immediately thought of zombies. More on that connection later. Group dynamics is a cornerstone of Organizational Development consulting and a core area for my practice.  Work groups and teams (not the same thing) are a necessity in our organizations. We perform... Continue Reading →

My Desk Was My Fortress

I remember back in elementary school the day we rearranged our desks to face each other in groups or pods.  Each pod had four or six desks facing each other. I was living through the beginning of the new "group work" in schools.  We see it everywhere these days.  Children are set to work in teams even for... Continue Reading →

Ask The Fool, Be The Fool

These days I find myself digging through my Organizational Development Toolbox.  So many great tools that I have used successfully in the past and will again.   One group of tools involve creativity.   It is very human to be creative.  All leaders need a level of creativity.  It is one of the items that separates a leader from... Continue Reading →

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