StrategyDriven Podcast Special Edition 56 – An Interview with Andy Kanefield, co-author of Uncommon Sense

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Special Edition 56 – An Interview with Andy Kanefield, co-author of Uncommon Sense explores how to create greater organizational alignment while at the same time maintaining the diversity of individual perspectives that together enables an organization to be more successful. During our discussion, Andy Kanefield, author of Uncommon Sense: One CEO’s Tale of Getting in Sync, share with us his insights, approaches, and real-world experiences regarding:

  • the definition of sync
  • quantitative and qualitative benefits of achieving organizational sync
  • physical, operational business systems that contribute to organizational alignment and how to get them into sync
  • varying types of individual personalities and approaches to work and how to align these to the achievement of the organization’s goals

Additional Information

In addition to the outstanding insights Andy shares in Uncommon Sense and this special edition podcast are the resources accessible from his website,   Andy’s book, Uncommon Sense, can be purchased by clicking here.

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About the Author

Andy Kanefield, co-author of Uncommon Sense, is the founder and CEO of Dialect and a member of the Neuroleadership Institute. Dialect helps CEOs and presidents manage the relationships between their organization’s divisions and departments in order to align their employees’ efforts. To read Andy’s complete biography, click here.

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