Insights

JMW’s Consultants and clients share their thoughts on some of the challenges faced by today’s leaders.

Change Management: Maybe you can’t get it right

I was recently in a senior management meeting at a company going through a restructuring. People were very concerned about change management, and shared the view that their organization hadn’t always...

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The 3 Myths of Alignment

Alignment is one of those elusive and appealing states for business people. It sounds great; “If we were aligned, things would go much smoother.” “We used to be aligned, now it just seems...

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Cost Management Initiatives – Ensuring Success

Recently re-published in LINKAGE magazine

During periods of market instability and global recession, the area companies most often put their attention on is cost management - whether that’s to...

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What my unpainted walls taught me about completion

I recently found myself getting increasingly bothered by the state of the walls in my stairway at home. It was covered with fingerprints from our three kids, scuffs and dents. Several times a day I’d...

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Executive collaboration can be your secret weapon

(appeared in the Houston Business Journal, November 11, 2013 as “8 Steps to Promoting Collaboration in Your Company)

There’s a dramatic difference in what can be accomplished when people operate as...

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Collaboration: Why People Opt In

If you accept our premise that collaboration can’t be bought, but it can be inspired, that begs the question: How?

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Collaboration: People and Performance at Their Best

In a recent and much publicised report, Sir Ian Wood lays out a bold strategy for the monumental task of maximising the economic recovery from the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). In what he describes as...

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Safety Matters

Global competition for scarce resources in the oil and gas industry, coupled with pressure to profit, is driving a need for reduced operating costs. Companies increasingly turn to automation to meet...

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