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The Price Tag of Change

I was reading one of Gary Klein’s recent blogs on Psychology Today, where he discussed the characteristics of leaders who were able to make a difference to the organisations which they led. 235 more words

Decision Making

What two words = the greatest career moments.

“One of the greatest moments of my entire career was hearing thank you for a job well done.” This comment came from a leader who received praise for a specific document and was recognized openly. 637 more words

What Do You Get From Complaining and Gossip?

Will Bowen’s 21-Day complaint free challenge has been getting a lot of media attention lately. It made me wonder why people are finding this challenge so challenging. 263 more words

Jim Hemerling: 5 ways to lead in an era of constant change - Filmed May 2016 at TED@BCG Paris

Who says change needs to be hard? Organizational change expert Jim Hemerling thinks adapting your business in today’s constantly-evolving world can be invigorating instead of exhausting. 20 more words

Point Of Interest

Things Change. So Can Your Approach

Jim Hemerling’s Ted Talk illustrates just how inevitable change is in all aspects of our lives. Its our approach to change that makes all the difference. 165 more words

Houston's coach pecks away at football's macho culture, one kiss at a time

When the University of Houston’s football players arrive for a game, they know what to expect as a prelude to the coming hours of brutality as they file into the stadium: a kiss on the cheek from their head coach, Tom Herman.  63 more words

Careers + Work

Why the MVP method is hard - Organizational challenges

In my previous post I talked about how the MVP method is very frequently referenced but rarely used. Organizations usually use the word Minimum Viable Product when they develop what I refer to as the Maximum Possible Product, where the features for the product are defined up front and then as many of those features as possible are delivered before a deadline or within a budget. 785 more words