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  • Why We Need Mutual Trust and Respect?

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on March 13, 2017. There is need for a culture of mutual trust and respect, a culture of cooperation and collaboration. I am talking about the introduction of synergy, where two plus three is not five but six. In the interaction of diverse entities, two being […]

Adizes Institute

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  • On Happiness

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on March 7, 2017. The pursuit of happiness is a right given to us by the U.S. Constitution. Is there any sane human being who does not yearn to be happy? But be careful. Not all roads to happiness are functional. There is evidence that seeking […]

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Kazakhstan’s National Business Magazine Interviews Dr. Adizes

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on February 27, 2017.            According to your theory, every company has a “life cycle” – the path from birth to death. At each new stage of development, each organization faces a unique set of challenges and difficulties. At the same time, the organization’s success depends on […]

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Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • When to Trust

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on February 20, 2017. How do you know whether or not you can trust someone? Usually we test them: We give them an assignment or a loan and wait to see what the future brings. This method might work but might turn out to be costly […]

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Best is Not Necessarily Right

    It is natural, I think, that we want to get the best service possible especially in medical care or education. So, we seek the best hospital or the best university. I learned how wrong that is. Years ago, when I consulted for the government of Ghana in Health Delivery Planning, I learned that there are […]

Adizes Institute

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Message for St. Valentine’s Day

    Each year on the 14th of February, the ritual (developed by commercial institutions) is to tell the people in your life that you love them. I believe this tradition was started for commercial reasons to stimulate purchasing, but it had a beautiful side effect: People show love to each other. In this stressful world where […]

Adizes Institute

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Stop Trying and Just Be

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on February 02, 2017. Have you ever seen someone try to dance ballet who is not a ballet dancer, or heard someone trying to sing opera without any training? It would make you laugh, no? Have you ever experienced an uncomfortable discussion with someone who is […]

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Adizes Institute

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Suppressing Freedom of Speech

    I lived under a communist regime. I remember the fear of speaking out. What enchanted me about America was the freedom to speak. The freedom to live and let live. I feel this freedom is under threat. This freedom is not suppressed by the authority of the state, but by something that may be more […]

  • Trump’s, and the Country’s, Forthcoming Pain

    I have seen this happening in Israel. The Israeli military has a practice, or a rule, that its military brass has to retire early. This means that generals and colonels are out of the service at age fifty, but are still too young to fully retire. They look for work to do and usually join […]

  • Dr. Adizes at Austrian Course held December 2, 2016

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on January 9, 2017. Dr. Adizes: I welcome you to Adizes Methodology. I think it would be good if I express to you what I believe is critical to make the methodology successful and why some companies are not fully successful. What is the essence of […]

  • The Repercussions of Deprivation

    Have you ever been on a certain diet that prohibits, say, sweets? If you ever stop the diet, you go for those sweets with a vengeance; you overeat. Have you ever been deprived let us say, of pasta? One day you dared to break the diet and tasted pasta. What happened? For the next few […]

  • To All my Readers on The Eve of Year 2017

    Instead of a blog, I wish to share with you my mantra which I repeat when I meditate. It is a driving force for my behavior when I am in doubt about what action to take. Here it is. Author unknown to me and to the internet. LIVE WITHOUT PRETENDING     LOVE WITHOUT DEPENDING                […]

  • The Future of Management Theory and Practice and How It Applies To Russia

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on December 19, 2016. What is the future of management theory and practice? How will it impact  Russia, if at all? Theories are developed to respond to needs, to problems that call for answers. The dominant need in the present, and will increase in its importance […]

  • Democracy in a Time of Change

    A country is a system. All systems are composed of subsystems. Subsystems change at different speeds. Technological subsystems change the most rapidly. Business subsystems, change more slowly. Political subsystems change even more slowly, and the values subsystem of a society change the slowest of all. Due to the fact that subsystems change at different speeds, […]

  • To Whom to Listen to and When

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on December 5, 2016. In April of (2008), I spent two weeks in India following a meditation guru from town to town. This was my fourth visit to India, but I consider it my first real one. The other three were too touristy. Two were lecture […]

  • Beware of Making Decisions

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on November 28, 2016. When companies must make decisions, there are many factors that contribute to the riskiness of the process. If the company is behaviorally young and flexible, and the founder or leader is fully in control, making decisions is not as  dangerous as it […]

  • On Getting Religious

    This weekend I had a very emotional experience. I went for an event sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Santa Barbara where I live. It was a barbeque for the community. Standing there, I was approached by a Habad-nik , a Jewish religious missionary organization that does not try to convert non Jews to Judaism. […]

Adizes Institute

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • One More Time: Why Not Trump?

    Let me make it clear, I am not enamored with Clinton either. Unfortunately, we have two bad options. We have to choose which of them is less dangerous to this wonderful country. I think Trump is more dangerous, and in what follows I will explain why. According to my (PAEI) classification of leadership styles,(1) he […]

Adizes Institute

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • Why the Adizes Symbergetic ™ Methodology?

    As far back as we look into history, organizations have been structured hierarchically, like a pyramid. Pharaohs had their empires organized this way, and even our ancestors, the primates, are organized like this. Our families have been organized like this for ages too. The father is the head of the household and the family abides […]

Adizes Institute

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • The Trump Phenomena Will Persist

    This blog post was featured in the Huffington Post on September 07, 2016. Many hope that Trump will lose the election and disappear from the national  stage. Good riddance. Good luck. He will not. He will not be like any other candidate that lost the election and removed himself from the scene like McCain, Romney, Gore […]

Adizes Institute

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

Adizes Institute

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

Adizes Institute

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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