When egos, tech, and the desire for efficiency collide.
“Constantly talking isn’t necessarily communicating.”
Project charters are meaningless unless people, you know, actually follow them. Sadly, this isn’t always the case.
In which I offer unsolicited advice to applicants trying to separate fact from fiction.
A cool visual arrived in my inbox this morning. I wasn’t displeased.
Dan Pink was right in 2009. He still is.
Internal collaboration hubs can quickly manifest thorny cultural issues. That’s exactly why some leaders oppose them. Big mistake.
Thoughts on the downsides of dithering while writing a topical business book—or paying someone to do it for you.
A jam-packed hour on where we are, where we’re going, and how we’ll get there.
Once again, I’m not displeased.