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Friday Links — And I’m back

Sorry for the long delay in posting. Between some technical difficulties and a personal project (click the “read more” if you’re interested), I’ve not been able to dedicate any time to the blog. Due to the technical difficulties, I had … Continue reading

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Friday Link

After spending some time discussing the challenge process this week, “5 Reasons employees aren’t sharing their ideas” caught my attention. As you read, think about what can encourage (or discourage) productive challenge in your team. Bob Sutton responds to an … Continue reading

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Friday Links

I had a computer crash yesterday and lost most of the links I was saving to share with you this week. Instead of making an effort to re-create what I had, here are a few I’ve run across since the … Continue reading

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Friday Links

Carpe Diem has a great example of “Creative Destruction” (that many of you are probably familiar with, but it adds more to the story). David Dunning, the author of one of my favorite work-related books (Self-Insight), has co-authored a new … Continue reading

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What can we learn from Kim Jung Il about Management? Check out the Evil HR Lady’s post titled “Managers: Are you the Kim Jung Il of Your Company?” What connections (if any) do you see with MBM? The annual “PNC – … Continue reading

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Friday Links: Late Edition

This is a late edition because several of these links are neat things from yesterday. I guess I’d rather be a day late than have you miss some of these stories. First, a belated happy birthday to one of the … Continue reading

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Friday Links: Economic Freedom of the World Edition

In honor of the Economic Freedom of World Report release earlier this week, today’s links are all about economic freedom. (Here’s a reminder for those of you who want a refresher on economic freedom.) The Mercatus Center has a video showing how … Continue reading

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Friday Links

Andy’s post about economic freedom made me especially attuned to how else we might measure or think about human well-being. This article about “What Lipstick Can Tell Us About the Economy” has an interesting take. This article makes a point … Continue reading

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Friday Links

Take a few minutes to read “Ridiculously Transparent” with an eye to what seems consistent and inconsistent with MBM. I found numerous MBM mental models and a concept from each dimension. My only caution is to keep in mind the importance of judgement. Many (not … Continue reading

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Here are some “Fast Draw” clips about books I’d like to read. See Guy Kawasaki’s “Enchantment” hereand Sylvia Nasar’s “Grand Pursuit” here. After watching these clips, I more excited about “Grand Pursuit” and less excited about “Enchantment.” I like the … Continue reading

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