What if you learned that most of your capital projects are performing 20 percent lower than reported?
Failing With Success
Skipping follow-up just because a project went well stacks the odds against us for the future.
Turning the Page Too Quickly
Ignoring history begins with neglecting rigorous post-mortems of disappointments
Getting What We Paid For
Experience comes at a high cost, but we usually fail to learn all we should.
Building a Better 2019
There's a new window of opportunity to make positive changes in strategic decision processes.
The ROI of Follow-Up
Making time to review earlier proposals and decisions is hard... very hard. But it's still one of the best time investments a leader can make.
Save the stretch goals for AFTER the decision is made
Multiple projects obscuring results? Don’t give up on follow-up!