Central to the 2012 election is the idea that the United States needs a turnaround. While change seems a typical theme for most elections, the turnaround focus in 2012 is particularly fervent - why? Read More
How do you overcome chronic defeat to eventually win? By assessing Andy Murray's U.S. Open win after losing four major championship matches, we can gain unique insight into what it takes to overcome loss and succeed. Read More
Charles Way, Director of Player Development for the New York Giants, is a onetime pro turned front office smart guy. Responsible for supporting the off field development of players, Way points to the Giants head coach when discussing turnarounds. Read More
Turnarounds can go in two distinct directions: losers who pull it together to win or winners who crack and sadly lose. In looking at the Olympics, Canada's women's soccer team and the United States men's gymnastics team went in represented either end of the spectrum, but how can we try to explain the differences in their success or collapse? Read More
The 2012 Major League Baseball season may be remembered as the year of the turnaround. While multiple teams are having a banner season, outperforming years of heartache and struggle, the New York Mets deserve special attention for what they're doing to overcome adversity and succeed. Read More
Joe Frontiera, Ph.D. is a managing partner at Meno Consulting and co-author of the book Team Turnarounds. Joe lives in the greater Washington D.C. area.