If you’re not gathering for one of these purposes, you’re wasting valuable time.
What's your level of aspiration? Robert Keidel discusses our tendency to underachieve and how setting higher goals can allow us to reach our true potential.
How do you define strategic and tactical? It's like the difference between naval destroyers and aircraft carriers. Or it used to be before the rise of digital.
Product design success can be measured by three variables: beauty, functionality and accessibility. This management professor's money, however, is on elegance.
Professor Bob Keidel dwells on the many past and present forms of “The Rock” and how it represents a challenge to companies to reinvent their business models.
Optimal business solutions are often curvilinear, writes business professor Robert Keidel. They straddle innovation and familiarity, shareholders and stakeholders.
The time has come for the Philadelphia Phillies to invest in some more MBAs and tap into the magic of the matrix.
To win another championship, pro hockey’s Philadelphia Flyers may need to check their entire organizational culture.
Just like people, organizations suffer from disease and affliction. The time has come for a little diagnosis.
Hoops is too dynamic and interactive a sport for the benefit of analytics, or is it?
Is the insistence on human decision-making in professional baseball absurd in today’s technological world?
Given the unbridled excitement surrounding “Big Data,” some critical perspective is in order.