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Bob Frisch

  • Who’s in the Room

    Who’s in the Room?

    At the top of every organization chart lies a myth—that a Senior Management Team makes a company’s critical decisions.

    The reality is that critical decisions are typically made by the boss and a small group of confidants—a “team with no name”—outside of formal processes.

    • Understand and embrace the way decision-making actually happens in your organizations
    • Learn to use these “teams with no names” to your best advantage
    • Engage the Senior Management Team in the three critical tasks for which it is ideally suited

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  • An Interview with Bob

    In this brief video, Bob discusses the concepts from his new book, Who’s in the Room?

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  • Harvard Business Review

    Who Really Makes The Big Decisions In Your Company?

    Not every top executive is in the CEO’s inner circle. But kitchen cabinets and executive committees are both essential.

    Read the ground-breaking HBR cover story based on Bob’s book, Who’s in the Room?

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Keep Your Sarbanes-Oxley Off My CFO

Jul 12th, 2012 - 

Some shareholder advocates are going too far, pushing regulations into areas that intrude on effective corporate administration. Read the rest of our HBR column, titled “Keep Your Sarbanes-Oxley Off My CFO.”

To Get Better Decisions, Get a Little Fuzzy

May 23rd, 2012 - 

Often, it’s better to be fuzzy, to deliberately introduce imprecision into your team’s decision-making process.
Read the rest of our post on “To Get Better Decisions, Get a Little Fuzzy”.

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News & Reviews

Interview with Bob Frisch

Watch the National Association of Corporate Directors, Silicon Valley Chapter interview Bob Frisch on his recent speech on Corporate Boards: Strategy, Not Just Operations Review.

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