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"Just wanted to send along a note of thanks for the great common-sense in your strategy chapter of Cow Chip. I always reboot with Rumelt (Good Strategy/Bad Strategy), Welch, Lafley, and a few others. Yours is in the rotation and I appreciate it for its pragmatism!”
Art PettyAuthor, Consultant, Software Executive
"I want to express my appreciation to you both personally and on behalf of the owners of Enginuity. You were instrumental in helping us through a difficult transition. Thank you for your time, talent and genuine interest in Enginuity. Thank you for providing advice and wise counsel to me personally. You have unique talent and
Chad FletcherCEO and Founder, Enginuity, Inc.
"Good coaches come and go, and so do bad coaches. There are probably more mediocre coaches now than ever before. I believe Todd to be among the best. I have personally used Todd as a coach, and the result was a series of tough but important decisions over time. However, Todd is not for the
Blaise R. SimquPresident & CEO, SAGE Publications, Inc.
"I read the book and found it to be perhaps the best book of its kind ( in that ‘Good to Great’ category of motivational and educational leadership books). Here’s wh. I actually am using many of the suggestions you made in the book - and I’m a relatively confident leader with many of the
Randy StraussFounder, Managing Partner—Straussgroup, Inc.
By Todd Ordal|
2018-05-12T08:32:06+00:00 May 12th, 2018|
You’re a wide receiver for the 2016 Denver Broncos. It’s third and long. Peyton Manning joins the huddle and says, “I love you guys; you’re the best! Let’s go get ‘em! Break!” How successful would [...]
There are books aplenty from the rock stars of the business world, but how many of us can (or should!) lead like Steve, Martha or Jack. This book offers lessons in the form of short stories for the “wonderfully average” CEO trying to grow, improve profits and lead his or her team in the right direction.Download
Sun Tzu said, “Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” Yet as CEOs we are constantly seduced by the noise and don’t take the time to think strategically. Todd Ordal is a former CEO who now helps other CEOs lead better, profit more and sleep soundly! You’ll get a great return from the quick hit, pragmatic lessons in this gem of a book!Download
Organizations are complex things. Getting them to a start of “effectiveness” and executing your strategy to achieve your objectives requires constant tinkering. The BMW in your driveway may run reliably for many miles, but even a small organization has many more “moving parts” than your car and requires frequent tune ups. This book offers some short stories and questions to catalyze your thinking on optimal performance.Download
Effective executives are not nice, they are forceful; ambiguity is a necessity, and faster is often better. These are a few of the lessons you’ll pick up in this brief book of missives on leadership. If you use these stories as a platform to analyze your own leadership behavior and the effectiveness of your organization, it will provide you with a great return on time.Download