"Get yourself a notebook. Every day, write down three problems that you observe. This can be the place where you drive and foment your own change."
"Adopt a coaching mindset that seeks to develop and delegate, rather than supervise and control" – @MindfulLifeWork
"They felt like they were tackling the problem. The truth is they weren't even addressing it: they hadn't figured out what it really was."
"We kind of look the same, too. Middle-aged, beer-bellied men, well past our physical peak. In short, we’re a diversity nightmare. " - Alastair Roy
People spook easily when it comes to Big Data. I know I do. Privacy is important, after all
Puzzles get you thinking and learning in new ways. They force you to challenge the idea that there's only one way of doing things
The more repertoires you can draw on to make decisions or solve problems, the more options emerge. And the better the outcomes will be. Cognitive diversity = bonus.
What shall I have for lunch? Tuna or chicken sandwich? Easy. I prefer chicken, so chicken it is. Do I drive to the conference next week, or take the train? I’d have to get up crazy early to catch the train. On the other hand, I could get stuck in traffic if I drive. But […]
A big problem has somehow landed in your lap. Everyone's looking to you to make the final decision, the ripples of which will extend far beyond your little team. But the boss went on holiday with a clear "do not disturb" notice. What do you do? How Urgent Is the Decision? Is the boss's unavailability […]
Luckily, we're talking about the Boston Matrix – a tool to help marketing managers with product portfolio planning – not what Keanu Reeves discovered in 1999. Yeah, I'll admit Laurence (formerly Larry) Fishburne also played his part, but in more of a business consultant role. The type of matrix represented in the Wachowski sisters' film […]