Managing an employee who is inconsistent or easy to work with one day and a nightmare to manage the next. 3 keys to get more Jekyll and less Hyde.
It’s time to”empower the edge” if companies want to survive turbulent times.
Here’s a look at three interesting stories currently in the news with ramifications for your team’s productivity. 1.
Second annual State of Citizen Development Report from QuickBase Inc. reveals average time to build an application is less than 2 weeks for citizen development vs. more than 2 months for traditional development.
Interview with Guy Kawasaki on innovation through democratization, the power of owning a niche and the value of “making meaning” vs. “making money.”
It’s really easy to avoid making process changes in a company that feels like “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” After all, dedicating time and effort to making business changes can be expensive.
Research shows that emotional intelligence (EQ) can lead to better outcomes than a person’s IQ.
Some surprising benefits of procrastinating and issues with pre-crastination; and some misconceptions about remote work.
What happens when the sponsor leaves the company while the project is in progress? Does the project just die?
Today’s leaders need to be far more proactive and intentional about not only pursuing process improvement but making it a distinctive part of their leadership approach.