The Advantage (San Francisco: Josey-Bass, 2012)

Organizational health will one day surpass all other disciplines in business as the greatest opportunity for improvement and competitive advantage.

~Patrick Lencioni


It doesn’t matter if it is businesses, non-profits, or churches the health of an organization will come into play quickly.  Healthy organizations learn how to engage opportunities, challenges, and problems differently.  I believe you can never be healthy enough take your hands off the wheel and coast.

The moment you take health for granted you begin to allow the culture to erode.  It may not be noticed at first, but it won’t take long.  Lencioni provides insight that on the surface may seem simple, but the execution of these principles is completely different conversation.

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