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Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Why deselection is difficult despite increasing capacity demands

This is the first post in a six-part blog series that examines the cultural barriers to deselection. They include the impacts of ownership, identity, emotion, habit and collaboration on the ability of an organization to deselect, align and increase capacity. This first post discusses the utility of deselection and why the culture aspects are important.

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6 Strategies For Unleashing A Culture Of Innovation In A Changing Retail Landscape on YPO

6 Strategies For Unleashing A Culture Of Innovation In A Changing Retail Landscape on YPOArticle by Melissa Fleming Consumers have altered how they shop. Retail executives, however, are not necessarily changing how they run their day-to-day operations to deal with the disruptions they know are affecting their industry. To survive the shifts, however, will take creative solutions that make shopping easier and more exciting. Retailers need to move from awareness and acknowledgment of the challenges to action with the right strategic and cultural response.“Even if you as an executive recognize the change and set the strategy, if your staff is not seeking opportunities to innovate, then the strategy becomes merely potential on a page,” says YPO member Peter Sheahan, CEO of Karrikins Group, a behavior change company, and author of “Matter: Move Beyond the Competition, Create More Value and Become the Obvious Choice,At a recent Geniecast during the second annual YPO Innovation Week, Sheahan shared strategies for creating a culture capable of executing new ideas, scaling new business models, and innovating in the face of change and disruption in the retail industry.

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Build a Business that Matters on Creative Warriors

Build a Business that Matters on Creative Warriors There’s a million reasons to go into business. Jeffery Shaw and the team at Creative Warriors believe the reason to go into business is to build something that matters. To know our contributions matter. But how do you create the most value within your business? With today’s ever-changing business economy, you aren’t just competing in within your industry anymore. Our choices have become worldwide. So how do we keep ahead of the game? How do we maintain a business that matters, and become the obvious choice?Dr. Julie Williamson joins the conversation at Creative Warriors to discuss Building a Business that Matters. Julie Williamson is the Chief Growth Enabler of the Karrikins Group and the co-author of “Matter: Move Beyond the Competition, Create More Value, and Become The Obvious Choice.”

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8 Ideas For Refreshing Your Message To Customers on Creative Warriors

Ensuring that marketing and brand messages resonate with the public is a constant challenge for companies. It's important to regularly re-evaluate what you're doing and ask what can be done differently. Michael Mink of Investor's Business Daily shares 8 Ideas For Refreshing Your Message To Customers.

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Here’s What You Should Never Do After Getting a Raise on Fortune Insider

Here’s What You Should Never Do After Getting a Raise on Fortune InsiderThe MPW Insiders Network is an online community where the biggest names in business and beyond answer timely career and leadership questions. Dr. Julie Williamson shares the best piece of career advice she's ever received in her latest blogpost for Fortune Insider "Here’s What You Should Never Do After Getting a Raise."   

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How Successful Companies Use Disruption to Matter and Win with Peter Sheahan

How Successful Companies Use Disruption to Matter and Win with Peter SheahanPeter Sheahan joins the Oprah of Internet, Philippe Matthews on BlogTalk Radio to discuss all things Matter, including:- How Burberry's radical retail revamp changed the consumer experience.- Why the decision to stop selling tobacco sent CVS' profits soaring.- What makes companies like Nike truly heroic.- Why influence and partnering with the right customers and clients is key.

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The 5 Dimensions of Growth-Enabled Organizations on Huffington Post

The 5 Dimensions of Growth-Enabled Organizations on Huffington PostRespected business leaders Peter Sheahan and Josh Linkner join forces to discuss the foundation for growth-enabled organizations.  As defined by Karrikins Group, the growth-enabled organization (GEO) model outlines five key dimensions attributed to growth-enabled organizations that are critical for creating the right focus and commitment to accelerate value and be growth-enabled. In their discussion, Sheahan and Linkner unpack the five key dimensions that make up the model: Aspiration, Culture, Leadership, Operating Model and Market Relevance.

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Organizations that Matter on Intrepid Media

Peter Sheahan, Founder and CEO of Karrikins Group, joins Todd Schnick, Editor-In-Chief at intrepid.media, for the latest business podcast to discuss the edge of disruption, preparing for future growth, and answering the call. Peter shares concepts from his latest book Matter on what it means to build an organization that truly matters. 

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BUSINESS TRENDS AND NEW MARKET OPPORTUNITIES ON GDA Podcast

 BUSINESS TRENDS AND NEW MARKET OPPORTUNITIES ON GDA PodcastKarrikins Group Founder and CEO Peter Sheahan joins the team at GDA Speakers for their latest Podcast on Business Trends and New Market Opportunities. Peter explores topics like Industry Disruptions, Thought Leadership, Strategic Risks, Creating Enterprise Value and the Omni-Generational Workforce. Sheahan draws upon his real-life experience working with companies like AT&T and draws parallels to Case Studies like Uber, Nike and Mercedes.Sheahan also shares content from his latest book Matter-- including the five attributes required to differentiate in the marketplace.

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Tips for Resolving Conflict at Work on Fortune Insiders

Tips for Resolving Conflict at Work on Fortune InsidersDr. Julie Williamson shares three tips for resolving conflict at work in her latest blogpost for Fortune Insider "You Should Probably Stop Doing This on Social Media."    

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