Biggest mistake made in strategic planning is… [VIDEO]

What’s the biggest mistake made during a strategic planning day? That’s easy.

Lack of intentional congruence.  

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What top-performing banks keep close to the vest… [VIDEO]

If you knew what the very top-performing banks knew, could you become a top-performing bank?

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“Strategery” v. Real Strategy… [VIDEO]

If strategic plans actually exist to create predictable growth, profit, and bank culture, why is it that most of them do the opposite?

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Just Say No to “Yes” Men

On April 17, 1961, a ragtag bunch of Cuban exiles backed by the U.S. tried to invade Cuba at the Bay of Pigs. The invasion was a mess of poor planning and miserable execution. Most of the 1500 people were killed or captured, and the U.S. government was forced to pay 53 million dollars for the release of the prisoners. Cuban ties with the Soviets were strengthened, and the stage was set for the Cuban Missile Crisis six months later. (more…)

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