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Why Are Enterprises So Slow? – zwischenzugs
tl;dr In this article I want to explain a few things about enterprises and their software, based on my experiences, and also describe what things need to be in place to make change  come about. Have you ever found yourself saying things like: Why are enterprises so slow? How do they decide what to…
enterprise  software  managemnt  slowness  business  management  leadership  complexity 
2 hours ago by gilberto5757
When It Comes to Feedback, Start with Yourself
1. Start with Yourself
1a. It’s far easier to change yourself than it is someone else.
1b. Changing yourself leads to change in others.
1c. Your expectations drive other people’s behavior.
2. Giving Critical Feedback.
2a. Don’t be nice, be kind .
2b. Don’t do “The Sandwich”.
2c. Don’t jump into problem solving .
3. Create Space for Giving Feedback
4. Make Feedback Concrete
4a. Don’t personalize
4b. Do not “label” someone 
4c. Do not use “blur” words
5. Connect the Behavior to the Bigger Picture
6. Don’t Make it About Being Right or Wrong
7. Continuously Deliver Feedback
7a. Repeat yourself 
7b. Give feedback early and often
8. Deeper Feedback
9. Limitations of Feedback
9a. Going Beyond Feedback. Provide process to change habits.
10. Giving Praise
feedback  management  leadership  radicalcandor  crucialconversations 
15 hours ago by drmeme
Opinion | Lean Out - The New York Times
Perhaps it’s only fair that, as women like Sheryl Sandberg rise to power, they pay the price for failure. But why is everyone so ready to forgive the man who really runs Facebook?
technology  feminism  leadership  surveillance.capitalism  corruption  zuckerberg  apologetics 
yesterday by po
Four Tips For "Crushing" Your Rocks Every Quarter
Itemized list of things to do to ensure successful completion of Rocks.
work  leadership  career 
yesterday by ilias
Where there's cake, there's success
I'm always trying to find a reference to Linda Rising's cake law. Here it is!
cake  digitaltransformation  changemgmt  leadership  food 
2 days ago by cote
The Curse of Culture – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
SO many good quotes out of this:

"... culture is not something that begets success, rather, it is a product of it.
As with most such things, culture is one of a company’s most powerful assets right until it isn’t: the same underlying assumptions that permit an organization to scale massively constrain the ability of that same organization to change direction."

"... This is the power CEOs have. They cannot do all the work, and they cannot impact industry trends beyond their control. But they ca...
culture  google  business  management  leadership 
3 days ago by ajohnson1200
Ariana Grande: Women in Music Cover Story | Billboard
“They’re unable to accept the fact that women are a million things, and not just two,” she says. “You can be adorable and brilliant. You can be friendly and silly, and yet strong and indestructible. You can be professional and present and also sexual and fun.
feminism  music  leadership  character 
3 days ago by mkatase

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