How and When Do You Know You’re Wrong? Have you done just about anything to avoid being wrong? But what if we’re wrong about that? “Wrongologist” Kathryn Schulz makes a compelling case for not just admitting but embracing our fallibility. … Continue reading
Here we are well into spring 2011. That said, there are a number of interesting books out there for IT and business leaders that offer some nice narratives and thought provoking ideas. Subjects include career fulfillment, principled leadership, the interplay … Continue reading
Here are some tools to assist you with remembering and capturing all of those tidbits of information presented to you during the course of the day. Continue reading
Here are a collection of articles, videos and presentations talking about getting started in the consulting business. Continue reading
Here is some management wisdom for the Harvard Business Review on how we can sharpen our skills to make better decisions. See the full Presentation at Baseline.com.
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According to research, 70% of employees who knew their bosses weren’t happy with their performance couldn’t explain why their boss was unhappy or how they were going to change their performance. Of course, bosses just assume these folks are lazy, but that’s not the case. In reality, the employees simply were not given the opportunity for success. Continue reading