EXECUTION INSIGHTS

To Be Successful Don’t Focus on the Goal

05/04/2018 Add Comment

Article by Tim O’Connor CEO, Results Canada As the old saying goes, “the road to hell is paved with good intentions”. It reflects the fact that many people set goals that they never achieve. We have the best of intentions, but somehow these intentions don’t translate to execution and outcomes. Setting a Goal is Only ...

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Strategic Partnerships

05/04/2018 Add Comment

How do you determine the best approach to realize your growth, without taking on significant debt – Acquisition? Organic growth? Strategic partnerships? One of the biggest challenges companies face is finding the appropriate avenue to fuel their growth. We sat down with Sean Fitzgerald, Business Execution Specialist at Results, to find out how Strategic Partnerships ...

5 Takeaways from BEx 2018

08/03/2018 Add Comment

1. Reverse Mentoring: “When he was CEO of General Electric, Jack Welch was voted the best CEO by his peers. But he knew nothing about the Internet. So every week he had some 20 year olds come in and mentor him on the web and its applications. It’s called reverse mentoring. Normally we think it’s ...

Writing and today’s workplace

31/01/2018 Add Comment

Writing has always been an activity with little margin for error.  In ancient Egypt, authors had to very carefully plan their writing, word by word, lest they make an error that required a complete restart with countless hours of rework. Similarly, in the Middle Ages scribes recorded history or wrote letters for their patrons.  The ...

Recapping BEx 2018 – a Roaring Success

08/03/2018 Add Comment

Kananaskis, ALBERTA: On February 25th – 27th, The Business Execution Summit 2018 (BEx 2018) brought together 250 business owners, leaders, and senior executives to share and learn best-practices in the area of business execution at the newly renovated Delta Kananaskis Resort. Attendees were inspired to expand their minds, build relationships, and grow their businesses. EXPAND ...

Learning How to Fight

07/03/2018 Add Comment

In our school years, the kids who were members of the debate club were often looked at as the geeks and nerds. But could it be that they were developing a critical life skill that the rest of us missed out on? In a recent New York Times article, “Kids, would you please start fighting”, ...

Why Every Organization Must Pay Attention to Disruptive Innovation

15/11/2017 Add Comment

By Jim Harris A staggering 93% of car accidents are due to driver error. So think about the 40,000 lives that will be saved in North America every year in 2025 when all new cars are autonomous vehicles – self driving cars.   Think of the 4.4 million people who won’t be injured in North ...

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