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Patrick B. Ropella
September 3, 2014
Combining purpose, culture and people (with the right structure and implementation) will certainly initiate any organization’s growth toward greatness.  However, these three alone are not enough to sustain greatness. When studying any org…  Read More »
Patrick B. Ropella, Chairman & CEO, Ropella
July 2, 2014
Deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA, is an essential component of all living matter and carries the genetic information necessary for the organization and functioning of most living cells. From criminal convictions to scientific revelations to the very meanin…  Read More »
Patrick B. Ropella, Ropella
May 2, 2014
A top-notch workplace culture is built on four basic elements: structure, system, spirit and scorecard. Here’s a look at each and how you can use them to improve your operation. Element 1: Structure Operational structure takes a look at how a…  Read More »
Patrick B. Ropella, Chairman & CEO, Ropella
March 5, 2014
All executives love to hear their employees say their company is a great place to work. Employees who live within an organization on the road to greatness do say that…and more. When speaking with clients and their employees, it is common for m…  Read More »
Patrick B. Ropella, Chairman & CEO, Ropella
September 27, 2013
A popular advertising campaign has celebrities and athletes smiling into the camera with a wide, white moustache on their upper lips with the headline, “Got milk?” The same question can be asked of corporate purpose. But what is it, and w…  Read More »
How to Motivate
Patrick B. Ropella, Chairman & CEO, Ropella
August 2, 2013
In my experience, the single greatest mistake made by leaders at any level of the organization is to focus too much attention on attempts to motivate individuals rather than create a motivational work environment. Usually, we have one or two individu…  Read More »
Patrick B. Ropella
June 6, 2013
One of the great attributes of most effective front-line leaders is their insatiable appetite to learn. They consistently read business books and magazines, and attend seminars and company-sponsored learning events, continually looking for just one o…  Read More »
Effective Delegation
Patrick B. Ropella, Chairman & CEO, Ropella
April 3, 2013
Why do so few managers delegate effectively? My experience in management, teaching, and coaching leaders confirms there are two major reasons front-line leaders do not delegate. First, they do not clearly understand the concept of delegation, and s…  Read More »
These Key Components Lead To Effective Communication
Patrick B. Ropella, Chairman & CEO, Ropella
February 12, 2013
Every human communication interaction, be it face-to-face, written, by telephone, or by other means, has three critical components: Sending Communication, Receiving Communication and Feedback. The first component of communication is sending commun…  Read More »
Patrick B. Ropella , Chairman & CEO, Ropella
September 28, 2012
Employee shooting! Chemical spill! Product recall! Cyber-technology attack! Executive kidnapping! Natural disaster! Plant bombing! Terrorist attack! Once reserved within the imagination of a Hollywood screenwriter or suspense novelist, these kinds of…  Read More »
Planning and Organizing Excellence
Patrick B. Ropella, Ropella
August 1, 2012
“A carelessly planned project will take three times longer to complete than expected; a carefully planned project will take only twice as long.” —Old Planning Proverb Planning and organizing? Isn’t this just another phrase…  Read More »
Patrick B. Ropella, Chairman & CEO, Ropella
June 4, 2012
Problems abound in the trenches. Screaming customers. Irrational employees. Misplaced inventory. Internal politics. Budget cuts. System malfunctions. Those of us who live in the trenches understand that to thrive, even to survive, leaders need solid,…  Read More »
April 2, 2012
Every now and then you will read about someone who lost a job over a Facebook post. Some of them made us laugh because we wonder how could someone actually think they could keep their job after doing that? But they did it anyway. It was almost as tho…  Read More »
February 10, 2012
Using LinkedIn is now considered a standard way for professionals to make sure that they are discovered when it comes to job hunting. Recruiters and employers check it all the time for highly qualified people. Like a resumé, however, you do no…  Read More »
December 1, 2011
Creating the right image about yourself for career purposes used to be easy. Now the internet is creating its own world—a virtual world—that makes it tougher to maintain a high quality individual image, one that always ensures that you…  Read More »