BRM Capability

Business relationship management is a capability designed to stimulate, surface, and shape business demand across all functions (business units, value streams, sales, marketing, technology, HR, finance, etc.) and ensure that the potential business value from satisfying that demand is captured, optimized, and recognized. A strong BRM capability converges cross-functional teams and eliminates value-depleting organizational silos. It strengthens collaboration and drives a culture of creativity, innovation, and shared ownership across the enterprise so that holistic, innovative, and value-driven strategies are created and deliver their intended business value results.

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Empathy Emotional Intelligence

How to Train Your Empathy for Deeper Connections

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“Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes.”
This age-old idiom has permeated society for generations, drawing its roots back to a Mary T. Lathrap poem in 1895. So, why does this century-old adage still echo with relevance today?

Where to Start BRM Value

Where to Start with Business Relationship Management

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Around the world, C-level executives and business leaders alike are beginning their journey to advance their BRM, or Business Relationship Management, capabilities. These individuals and organizations know that with having a strong grasp of BRM they can cultivate collaboration, innovation, and value-driven strategies that will nurture their business and it’s comprised individuals.

self-awareness and emotional intelligence

Helpful Strategies to Increase Your Self-Awareness

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In many ways, we are controlled by our emotions. Yet, we often remain blissfully unaware of their power over us, let alone how to control the outbursts that occur. However, the ability to control our reactions remains critically important in handling difficult or stressful situations.

Work-life Balance

When it Comes to Work-Life Balance, We Are what We Think

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If you are fortunate, your work becomes a natural, organic part of your ideal life, requiring minimal effort to balance. For many, however, finding a compromise between the work you do to support yourself and the life that makes it all worthwhile can be a challenge.

Identifying Values

Why Identifying Your Values Can Make You A Better Decision Maker

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Once you turn your gaze inward and strive to know your authentic self, you can turn that knowledge outward. With practice, you’ll become more comfortable with the world around you, and can more easily provide benefit to others – because values are contagious when they drive the decisions you make every day.

Shared Language

Adopting a Shared Language Drives Business Value

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To navigate today’s interconnected business world, leaders, entrepreneurs, and teams must build bridges with language, not walls. Although this feat proves difficult, you can establish shared language through a variety of methods.

Zero-based adaptability chameleon

The Little-Known Strategy for Organizational Adaptability

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The concept of zero-based principles, when applied to an organization, promotes productivity and increased business value through flexibility. Rather than squander energy supporting an antiquated system of separation, zero-based principles provide easy, transparent access to organization-wide data, which ultimately encourages collaboration and increases productivity.

Knowledge Philosophy

Knowledge: The Secret Formula for Innovation

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As Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
Indeed, investing your time, energy, and efforts into obtaining knowledge can be a far more valuable investment than stocks, bonds, and even real estate.

Intangible Values

Intangible Values: The Building Blocks of Purpose

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Every organization lives by a set of values. These values represent a moral compass for employees that guides them down the path of success. However, to truly be justified in our judgments of certain values, it’s imperative to know the distinction between the two main types: tangible & intangible values.

Relationship Healthy Mind

Relationships: The Key to Maintaining a Healthy Mind

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Briefly, take a moment to think about someone you know very well. Perhaps a parent, a partner, a friend, a loved one comes to mind. You understand their mannerisms, behaviors, and the subtle body language that lets you know how they’re feeling.

A Return to Reason

A Return to Reason

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As the business world shifts from profit-driven to purpose-driven, we’re asked to dust off our reasoning jackets and return to a different age; an age where reason dictated purpose, and thus, life.

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