I think I’m getting close to coming full-circle on Holacracy. At first I was totally psyched by how radically innovative…
After several years of sitting in my queue, I finally got around to reading this classic book:
Leadership Without Easy Answers by Ronald A. Heifetz
A couple of good pieces from Simon Wardley on the idea of:
Pioneers, Settlers and Town Planners (#1, #2).
Wardley makes the case that a different type of talent is needed as your product/service evolves…
Adult Attachment Styles in the Workplace by P.D. Harms
Is a wonderful research review of the applications of Attachment Theory in the context of work.
Another great piece by Kegan and Lahey:
The Real Reason People Won’t Change
The common wisdom approach to changing behavior typically looks something like this: We make a genuine commitment…
“From the moment of this realization, we no longer saw our task as producing a documented view of the…
Another good read from the folks at First Round Review covering Gokul Rajaram’s decision making framework:
Square Defangs Difficult Decisions with this System — Here’s How
Take a breath, this is going to be a long-ish post in the standards of this blog.
In this post, I’d like to explain why I think “employee engagement” and/or “employee satisfaction” are vanity metrics, that are likely to become a…
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