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Valve's 'Handbook for New Employees' leaked, hilarious illustrations included | The Verge
'If you’re working here, that means you’re good at your job'. Everyone's right about how good the Valve handbook is
leadership  management  futureoftheworkplace  valve  from delicious
april 2012 by natasjagiezen
Why Top Talent Leaves: Top 10 Reasons Boiled Down to 1 - Forbes
"If you want to keep your best people:

1) Create an organization where those who manage others are hired for their ability to manage well, supported  to get even better at managing, and held accountable and rewarded for doing so.

2) Then be clear about what you’re trying to accomplish as an organization – not only in terms of financial goals, but in a more three-dimensional way. What’s your purpose; what do you aspire to bring to the world? What kind of a culture do you want to create in order to do that?  What will the organization look, feel and sound like if you’re embodying that mission and culture?  How will you measure success?  And then, once you’ve clarified your hoped-for future, consistently focus on keeping that vision top of mind and working together to achieve it."
futureoftheworkplace  purpose  forbes.com  leadership  management  from delicious
march 2012 by natasjagiezen
Vaste manager maakt plaats voor ‘roulerend leider' | Collega's en bazen | Op de werkvloer | Werk | Intermediair.nl
"‘In hun privéleven kopen mensen huizen en gaan ze andere langlopende verplichtingen aan. Maar zodra ze op hun werk zijn, worden de belangrijke besluiten door hun managers genomen, en moeten ze nog toestemming vragen voor het bestellen van een pizza.'<br />
Ton Janssen vroeg zich af waarom hoog opgeleide professionals op hun werk zo klein worden gehouden."
futureoftheworkplace  intermediair  from delicious
september 2011 by natasjagiezen

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