You’re probably familiar, if not personally, then at least conceptually, with the notion of “F.U. money” – having enough money that you can simply walk away. That concept, whether you have the money or not, applies directly to your negotiation strategy.
We’re living in a time of fast-paced change. Sure. But, I think people have been saying that since the Enlightenment. Maybe it’s the one thing that’s remained constant. But maybe it’s not. Some things have certainly remained the same.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses strengthening your group for the next disaster.
A few months ago, while waiting at the gate for a flight, I couldn’t help but notice a gate agent making some woman unpack and repack and unpack and repack her expandable carry-on suitcase because it was too wide to fit into the measuring “box” for carry-on luggage.
As we come out of the economic crisis resulting from the pandemic, use the opportunity to redesign your group to take advantage of OODA loop thinking.
Consider the value of thinking several moves ahead.
The common belief, and it may be quite true, is that change is the greatest cause of stress. But what if it can be used to your group’s advantage?
Physician compensation is becoming more dependent upon patient satisfaction. Mark discusses a way to hack patient satisfaction surveys.
The coronavirus crisis, in fact, any crisis, is like a magnifying glass. It shows the best and the worsts of your business structure and practices. Many underlying defects can be seen as symptoms of underlying group structural and governance problems. They can be corrected.