Kobayashi Maru Management – Rands in Repose


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Kobayashi Maru Management. Ted’s feeling pretty good. He sits across from me in the conference room and says, “Program launch is solid. We’ve been working on the details for almost a…. https://ift.tt/2nkYLxB. via Instapaper. September 24, 2018 at 05:21PM
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21 days ago by sjspires
The test primarily consisted of the cadet placed in command of a starship. The ship would soon receive a distress signal from the Kobayashi Maru, a civilian freighter within the Klingon Neutral Zone that had been heavily disabled. Being the only ship in range, the cadet usually either chose to withdraw from the rescue mission or enter the neutral zone and rescue the vessel in risk of violating the treaties. The ship would then be confronted by Klingon battle cruisers which typically engaged in a firefight.
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4 weeks ago by linklist
A critical part of a manager’s job lies in their ability to appropriately act in unusually complex, unexpected, and perhaps no-win scenarios, but you know what’s better? Not getting in those situations in the first place.
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7 weeks ago by ryan
Ted’s feeling pretty good. He sits across from me in the conference room and says, “Program launch is solid. We’ve been working on the details for almost a…
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7 weeks ago by robw
Ted’s feeling pretty good. He sits across from me in the conference room and says, “Program launch is solid. We’ve been working on the details for almost a…
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7 weeks ago by wjbr
Ted’s feeling pretty good. He sits across from me in the conference room and says, “Program launch is solid. We’ve been working on the details for almost a month. We vetted the concept with all the affected teams and made tweaks, and now they’re fine.
8 weeks ago by itst
Ted’s feeling pretty good. He sits across from me in the conference room and says, “Program launch is solid. We’ve been working on the details for almost a…
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8 weeks ago by svs
I've ended up in these moments myself, multiple times in my career. I like the analogy here as well as the framework for considering how to detect and impending situation like this. I don't think you can always detect these situations, but experience gives you the sense when they are approaching.
8 weeks ago by thingles
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8 weeks ago by bjtitus
Ted’s feeling pretty good. He sits across from me in the conference room and says, “Program launch is solid. We’ve been working on the details for almost a…
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9 weeks ago by adamayers
Ted’s feeling pretty good. He sits across from me in the conference room and says, “Program launch is solid. We’ve been working on the details for almost a…
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9 weeks ago by wahoo5
Ted’s feeling pretty good. He sits across from me in the conference room and says, “Program launch is solid. We’ve been working on the details for almost a month.
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9 weeks ago by mpl
The ship would soon receive a distress signal from the Kobayashi Maru, a civilian freighter within the Klingon Neutral Zone that had been heavily disabled. A critical part of a manager’s job lies in their ability to appropriately act in unusually complex, unexpected, and perhaps no-win scenarios, but you know what’s better? The swift response starts with someone raising their hand virtually or otherwise and what they say or type immediately differentiates this situation from your unexpected daily developments. A complete surprise, An intense adverse reaction, Via a population of humans raising their hands in protest who you did not expect, Including a new piece of critical information you had no idea belonged in this situation. Since success is dependent on initial perception, when that larger than expected reaction emerges, I go into extreme denial and start lying to myself.
9 weeks ago by sechilds
“No one celebrates when nothing happens” :
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9 weeks ago by johnmaeda
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9 weeks ago by jxmc76
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9 weeks ago by stinkingpig
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9 weeks ago by unclespeedo
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