Why Organization's Fail

Organization failure begins at the top. Rotary did not stop growing because people were not interested in joining local Rotary clubs. The number of people joining Rotary clubs proves that. It stopped growing because its leaders assumed it was in the business of supplying humanitarian services rather than in the business of creating Rotarians; they were product oriented instead of member oriented.

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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Is R.I. Finally Paying Attention to its Only Customers?

Rotary International Brand 
Revitalization is underway!
RI entered into contract with Siegel+Gale, who have already taken the first step up the long, complicated stairwell.
Great Step Forward - Rotary International!

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Rotary in North America - Part IV

For eighteen years, Rotary In North America has been mired in the captivating ruts of declining membership!  
Other Rotary regions should be wary and steer clear or they, too, will be captured by similar travails.  

To get out, and to stay out, Rotary clubs must be on roads paved with leaders 
. . .to read the final Rotatorial of Jim Henry's Rotary in North America series . . . click here

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Who Knew How Many Rotarians Were Walking Out?

Annually, More Than 157,000 
Rotarians Have Been Walking Out Clubs’ Doors Taking With Them Over

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Rotary In North America - Part III

Rotary's Public Information

If Rotary's public information contains substance, is it being digested by those most likely to support your local Rotary. . . to continue reading, click here