Category Archives: Roles and Responsibilities
That Chair Over There: The Two Sides To Decision Making

April 21, 2011

By John Munce, Deployment Executive, The Tatham Group I’m of two minds about decisions.  It was my grandmother that taught me about them because my grandparents exemplify the two approaches to decisions. One afternoon I was sitting with my grandmother in the TV room of my grandparent’s house.  The TV wasn’t on and I was […]

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Slow Down to Go Fast

February 28, 2011

In the business world today there is much debate over what tools and   structure should be used to ‘fix things’. However there is not much discussion or thought about what should be fixed. Regardless of the tool you choose the first step should always be slow down then go fast.  It’s more important to know […]

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Fairly Efficient

February 21, 2011

By John Munce, Deployment Executive, The Tatham Group The seven of us gathered to divide the spoils.  Our uncle had died and left everything to the nieces and nephews.  He left explicit instructions for the guns and cars, vague instructions for the furniture and household goods, and the instruction that family furniture from our grandparents […]

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Setting The Stage For An Easier Change Effort

January 25, 2011

By Michael B. Tatham, President, The Tatham Group This past December I was working with a small business to help them build a strong infrastructure for growth.  The projected volume of business they are anticipating over the next three to five years necessitates flawless execution of operations in order to succeed.  The President of this […]

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