Read Bob’s recent HBR blog post on why executive dining rooms were an efficient way to increase cross-functional communications within teams.
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.”
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”.
Executive teams actually don’t decide anything of moment as a group. Read Bob’s HBR blog post on “If You Think Your Team Makes Decisions, Think Again”.
Read an excerpt from Who’s in the Room? about “Life or Death Decision-Making: What Businesses Can Learn from the Red Cross” from Fast Company.com.
Team-based decision-making has become the mantra of many executive coaches, but these arrangements often lead to disaster. Read Bob’s guest blog post on “Why the CEO is Here to Stay” from Fortune Magazine.
Who’s in the Room? was recently featured in Nancy Weil’s article “How to Free Your Company from Organizational-Chart Tyranny” in CIO Magazine.
Read Bob’s Fast Company post on why culture versus strategy is a false choice.
Check out Bob Frisch’s most recent post on CNBC’s blog titled “Team Building is the Job of Leaders, not Psychologists”.
Read Bob’s piece from Business Insider on how the Co-CEO model is officially dead.