Managing your team and your board – strategic human resources, teams, governance
Paula Caproni, professor of management at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, talks about the importance of communicating why you do what you do… not just the what and the how.
I have a tall stack of books at home, all of which I am in…
This article highlights some of the challenges to productive performance reviews as well as suggestions for how to overcome them.
A different look at how you create break-through innovation.
An interesting article on the science of management
Just in time for Halloween, the Harvard Business Review blog offers tips for combating the four contagions that create a zombie workplace — “where creative people and good ideas disturbingly molder.”
With many folks talking about the need for new business models to make arts organizations more sustainable, The Artful Manager’s Andrew Taylor takes the discussion a bit further.
A workbook designed to help organizations assess and strengthen their governance practices.
A thought provoking article on business structure.
For those convinced they are adept multi-taskers, a slim line of defense against the prevailing wisdom that it can’t be done.
A great column that talks about the common organizational bias toward answers rather than questions… even though asking the right questions will ultimately lead to the best answers.
I recently heard Simon speak at a Dance NYC conference, and his book is as good a review of the importance of mission (although that’s not what it is about) as any I have ever read. You can watch him on TEDx and get a taste of his thinking.
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