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Here are recent links of interest:
“Six Ways to Be a Better Manager” – Inc.
Do good managers look for consensus and strive to predict the future? Not according to William Barnett, a professor of business leadership at Stanford Graduate School of Business. “Humans fear being a fool much more than they hope to be a genius,” he said during a recent discussion… Continue Reading
“Innovation Is Management” – Forbes
Every entrepreneur wants to be Steve Jobs. But the Steve Jobs they want to be is the Steve Jobs on stage presenting the new iPhone at an Apple event. Not many entrepreneurs want to learn how to be Steve Jobs the… Continue Reading
“The essential skill for our age” – Management-Issues
There is a common problem that imbues every one of our social institutions: we underestimate the full extent of how much and how rapidly the world around us is changing. Whether you are in business or politics or education or the arts, your world has changed dramatically… Continue Reading
“Two Simple Concepts for Better Leadership” – strategy+business
Most businesspeople are already more innovative than we give ourselves credit for. But we need to become more aware of our talent, to transfer our insights from one category to another, and to learn from others (and from ourselves). “Nuggets” — shorthand reminders of what we already know… Continue Reading
“Reshaping Leadership” – Coaching Tip
New data-driven capabilities are breaking down barriers between formerly siloed business units, flattening out management structures and streamlining production processes, prompting many firms to redraw leadership roles and responsibilities, according to information-technology executives… Continue Reading
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