Tag: leadership

Did You Leave Your Money on the Table?

Did You Leave Your Money on the Table?

Will you get concerned if someone is stealing from your office safe on a daily basis? Of course. But not before you notice the shortage. However, if the money drain has been there for a while, you are likely to continue ignoring it. As time is money, meetings are one of those drains. Research shows […]

A 2D Worm in a 4D World

A 2D Worm in a 4D World

If you bounce a ball in front of a worm navigating a flat surface, the worm will see a horizontal line growing in both directions momentarily – and then disappearing, without any explanation that the worm would find plausible. That’s what a two-dimensional life is all about: left, right, forward, and back. There’s no ups […]

“What this High Purpose is all about and why is it important?”

“What this High Purpose is all about and why is it important?” High Purpose

If you are leading an engineering company, you may find this explanation helpful. Purpose to company is like magnet to a box of iron pieces.   A strong magnet creates an invisible but powerful magnetic field. If you place a piece of magnetic material into a strong magnetic field, you convert it into a magnet. Leading with […]

Three Rules Making the Millennials Truly Great

Three Rules Making the Millennials Truly Great Facebook/Goose Island

I support and respect the Millennials for their choice of premium beer. It is amazing to see how real life confirms certain fundamental principles that are valid for business as well as for personal growth! From the article penned by a qualified Millennial @Kate_H_Taylor in @businessinsider, it is obvious that their choice is inspired by […]

Do You Have a Best Friend at Work?

Do You Have a Best Friend at Work?

Do you have a best friend at work? If you have a problem answering this question, do the following. Clean your desk and put a white cloth on it or white paper. You may use any report that you have just removed from your desk because nobody reads them anyway, and you will feel good […]

Weekend Reading: Silicon Startup Secrets, All-in-One

Weekend Reading: Silicon Startup Secrets, All-in-One Required Reading

If #hi-tech #PaloAlto #Stanford #dropout #entrepreneur #disruptive #innovation and #fraud are prominent among your mental hashtags, read this book: “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup” by John Carreyrou – and you will get all-in-one.

Enter the Teamgager: Feedback Your Team Will Love

Enter the Teamgager: Feedback Your Team Will Love

Teamgager is a performance assessment tool that your team will love; and you will, too.
If “Lean” and “Agile” are on your mind right after “Team,” this is the tool for you. Trusted by teams, tested and loved by business owners that are ready for a disruptive change. Teamgager is an approach that you can implement yourself, subscription-free, accessible to the team on mobile and PC.

Five Points That Will Make Your Team Efficient, Fast

Five Points That Will Make Your Team Efficient, Fast

1. Make the Purpose of your company clear. Your Mission, your Vision, your Purpose – you may call it whatever you like, but your company needs one, and it must be meaningful. Make it clear to yourself first, then share with your team. If you find this “touchy-feely stuff” below your leadership greatness – do not bother […]

The Risk is Still There

The Risk is Still There

Is it just me, or this is a universal tendency now – looking for Life Hacks instead of working towards Excellence?

Project Management: Eating an Elephant

Project Management: Eating an Elephant elephant pm

Here’s how to plan and deliver your project without a project management certification: just imagine that you have to eat an elephant, and follow these steps. If the elephant is really big, find the way to have only one elephant dropped on your plate. Make sure that the elephant is … well, does not move. This […]