The Good, the Bad, and the Obvious
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In this course, I hope to share with you some practical ideas and strategies first introduced through a story called "Obvious Adams, The Story of a Successful Business Man," which appeared in the April, 1916 edition of The Saturday Evening Post. This timeless literary gem provides wisdom and insight that still has much to say to us today.
The premise of this course is that in our rush to employ technology and "systems" to guide us through and around personal and organizational challenges, we have lost sight of what should be our primary navigational tool -- obviousness!
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|Section 2: The Obvious Adams Story|
|Section 3: Key Points and Takeaways|
Key Points and TakeawaysPreview
|Section 4: The Role of Critical Tasks in Organizations|
The Role of Critical Tasks in Organizations
|Section 5: Obvious Action Steps for Organizations|
Obvious Action Steps for Organizations
|Section 6: Summary|
|Section 7: Certification|
Certificate in The Order of Obvious Adams
One Final Note
Dr. Dennis White is President and CEO of The Society of Certified Adjunct Faculty Educators (SoCAFE). He teaches graduate students in the MA Program in Organizational Leadership at Judson University in Elgin, IL, and undergraduate students in Management at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, IA.
Dr. White has been a soldier (Lieutenant Colonel, US Army Reserve), salesman, entrepreneur, police officer and police chief, civil servant (GS-15), and educator during a professional career spanning five decades. He is a Vietnam veteran, and has been married to Dr. Judith Deierling White for 41 years. He holds a doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership, a master's degree in Public Affairs, and a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice. In addition to his academic degrees, he is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).