- Governance affecting boards
Know what it takes to be the leader
- Dedicated to the prosperity of clients
Relating client needs to investment expertise
- Powerful collaboration lasting for years
From scaling up to growing up
- Fail fast, learn fast, staying ahead of the curve
Engaged in digital transformation and change
- From governance to performance
Making healthier sustainable choices


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In the current board dynamics environment, the role of the board in strategy and risk oversight require prospective, new, and seasoned directors who can stay ahead of the curve on key board governance issues and leading practices. Board dynamics rest on four pillars. Applying those effectively accelerate your organization, yourself, and others in the client journeys through the quadrants of the LQM lifecycle (illustrated below). Start a business action by exploring and experimenting in the explorer quadrant. Fore and foremost delight your customer. Recognize and identify the business opportunity. Shape your business model in the architect quadrant. Emerge with or without VC series-A funding. Launch your MVP. Acquire talent to populate the quadrants and conduct a fabulous concert in the conductor quadrant with the diversity of professionals in the business, operations, and the organization. Engage the market, communities, and create partnerships. Have followers. Transition to growth in the director quadrant. Build a steady increase in revenue and profitability. Create value and transform your organization. Demonstrate your ability and political willingness to drive for change and define new actions to close the circle to the first quadrant. Scaling the footprint of mindsets, and the ability, the willingness, and the openness in each of the quadrants defines the quality of your innovation, the agility of your organization and the acceleration in the pivot, and above all the desired speed and harmony of the music played within the culture. If you cannot close the circle, you are most likely not going to make it. Think big in taking small steps. Humility, adaptability, passion, engagement, culture, purpose, and vision are the drivers of this transformation. The LQM leadership model drives high performance through agility and acceleration.

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