Month

March 2017

Work Life Doesn’t Have to Suck

  Work life doesn’t have to suck. I don’t care what kind of organization you lead — I don’t care what kind it may be, how big it may be, what you do, or where you may be in some larger hierarchy — you can make that organization that you have the good fortune to...
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Agile-Driven Priority and Time Management

In a previous post, “Focus, Dude!”  we identified one of the rules of agile leadership: focus. There are things you can do something about things you cannot – it’s important to distinguish between the two and treat them differently. One critical mental discipline that agile leaders practice is being proactive. If you’re waiting for a...
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Focus, Dude!

One of the first rules of agile leadership is focus. There are things you can do something about, and there are things you cannot, and you need to distinguish between the two and treat them differently. Of all the things that may be of concern to you, you need to distinguish between those things that...
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Organizational Traits of a Great Place to Work

The organizational traits that make any place a great place to work are not many. They are not complicated. They are universally applicable. There are five, and they are: People feel that they are doing valuable work. Whether their work puts them in the limelight, or keeps them behind the scenes, people need to see...
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