Posts in September

The Vector View on “Culture Clash:” Another Way of Describing Management Negligence

September 28th, 2015   •   Blog   •   no comments   

In our Vector View, organizational “culture clash” is completely avoidable. Our experience shows there are no two (or more) organizational cultures that cannot be successfully integrated. In other words, failure due to culture clash is just another way of describing “management negligence.” The only caveat to our unwavering position is that success is achievable as […]

The Vector View on Empowerment: It Used to Be Such a Nice Little Word

September 28th, 2015   •   Blog   •   no comments   

I recently saw an article referenced on LinkedIn disparaging the use of the word “engagement” and advocating the concept of “empowerment.” I couldn’t help but smile as I read the article authored by “a management consultant and former IT executive.” It reminded me of a strategic initiative Vector Group was involved with for British Airways […]

Launch of New Vector Group Website

September 27th, 2015   •   News   •   no comments   

With the launch of our new website, Vector Group plans to make the site more user-friendly and easier to find information. We dedicate ourselves to providing information and coaching to those doing this kind of work. Our vision is to become a “go to” resource for those doing similar work or those needing our expertise […]

Vector Group, Inc. and the International Due Diligence Association (IDDA)

September 27th, 2015   •   News   •   no comments   

J. Robert “Bob” Carleton, Founding Partner and CEO of Vector Group, is a member of the Board of Directions for the International Due Diligence Association. Gary W. Craig, Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer for The Americas and Asia, serves as a member of the Advisory Council to the IDDA Board of Directors. Please follow […]

Vector Group Principals Continue to Expand the Field of Performance Improvement

September 27th, 2015   •   News   •   no comments   

Two years ago Vector Group Principals, Bob Carleton and Gary Craig, initiated a “think tank” concerning performance improvement at the enterprise level. They invited other contemporaries who share similar systemic views of organizations and human performance. The group meets every six months to share current thinking on systems, organizational assessment, culture, leadership and strategy implementation. […]