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Strategic planning for 2014? Embrace uncertainty and adaptability

Published: January 20, 2014

Steve Krupp and Toomas Truumees, Guest Columnists The start of a New Year marks a time when business leaders reflect on decisions made in the past year and consider successes,… Read more »

Measuring Knowledge Investment: A Benchmarking Report from the Corporate Learning Network

Published: January 14, 2014

Samantha Howland featured in the Corporate Learning Network’s latest benchmarking report:  While these results show that learning leaders find it important to educate themselves about emerging trends, many of these leaders… Read more »

Win in 2014 by Embracing Uncertainty and Adopting an Adaptable Approach to Strategic Planning

Published: January 8, 2014

 By Steve Krupp and Toomas Truumees Most New Year’s resolutions are made with good intentions. But as we all know, many are notoriously broken shortly after they are made. In… Read more »

Nelson Mandela, Transformational Leader

Published: December 5, 2013

By Paul J. H. Schoemaker, DSI Founder & Executive Chair It’s hard enough to change a small company, but Mandela transformed an entire continent. Here’s what gave him the authority… Read more »

DSI Talks Strategic Leadership with

Published: November 20, 2013

DSI Senior Managing Partner Samantha Howland breaks down the keys to strategic thinking in this radio interview with Tim Muma at Listen here.  Read more »

Strategy and Finance Expert Dr. Robert Lippert Joins Decision Strategies International as Principal, Executive Educator

Published: November 15, 2013

DSI Expands Executive Development and Consulting Capabilities CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., NOVEMBER 15, 2013 – Decision Strategies International (DSI), a leading future-focused consulting firm, today announced that Dr. Robert Lippert has joined… Read more »

Planning Critical in Predicting Future Talent Needs

Published: November 14, 2013

By Samantha Howland, Senior Managing Partner Forecasting talent requirements can be daunting for human resource executives and involves planning. No matter the industry or business, essential components of this process… Read more »

Leaders Show Strength in Ability to Interpret, But Ignore Competitors

Published: October 4, 2013

By Jeff Cattel Throughout the world, leaders are strongest in their ability to interpret business scenarios and weakest in their capacity to anticipate the moves of their competitors, according to… Read more »

Learning By Error: How to Make Hay When Things Go Hay-Wire

Published: September 30, 2013

By Paul Schoemaker, Founder of DSI Like any forward-looking leader, you encourage your team to make mistakes. But odds are, they don’t believe you really mean it. Here’s how to fix… Read more »

Four Success Factors for Building the Executive Pipeline

Published: September 27, 2013

By Samantha Howland, Senior Managing Partner Many organizations face a critical talent transition over the next decade. As experienced, senior leaders reach retirement age, trustees and senior executives cite succession… Read more »