See our experts’ latest contributions on consulting, execution, growth, simplification and other key topics in today’s industry-leading blog posts.

06.23.16  Wes Siegal

Results In 100 Days: No Honeymoon For New Executives

The most important challenge in a new leadership job is to build a leadership strategy and set the tone for the future. However, new executives are vulnerable during their first 100 days on the job as it is all too easy to make missteps in the organization that on…

10.28.13  Wes Siegal

Align, Convene, and Organize: Facilitating Behavior Change is the Key to Success in Accountable Care Organizations

Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are healthcare systems that the government incentivizes to improve the health outcomes and costs for treating Medicare patients. The approach is being widely adopted, and is being copied and adapted by private insurers, too.

09.04.12  Wes Siegal , Markus Spiegel

Three ways to strengthen your firm’s innovation capacity

Do you have the impression that your firm could be much more innovative than it is today? If so, you are not alone. At a recent innovation workshop, several of the attendees (including many employees from smaller companies) complained that they would like to innova…

01.09.12  Wes Siegal

To Optimize Organizational Culture, Use Both Sides of the Brain

Too often, management thinkers invoke the mysterious “black box” of organizational culture to explain performance. When a merger between two companies, one with tight supply chain capabilities and one with a great sales organization, fails to realize the expected p…

09.02.11  Wes Siegal

In Jobs Crisis, In-house Talent Development Is Key

In too many organizations today, talent development programs are being cut.  And it makes sense: hiring has literally ground to a halt as shown by today’s jobs numbers; cash is tight; and activities that are not perceived as adding direct value to custom…