An inspiring and powerful 20-minute commencement speech by Naval Admiral William H. McRaven, ninth commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, at the University-wide Commencement at The University of Texas at Austin on May 17, 2014.1.
Today’s Agile Methodology has links back to NASA Pirate Paradigm
In business, we often label renegades and rebels as troublemakers. Far from being obstacles, renegades can offer powerful ways to revitalize and shift organizations into the future. Here is a model developed by John Muratore while revamping the NASA Johnson Mission Control Center.
Gender Inequality Illustrated by Children
This Norwegian trade union Finansforbundet’s campaign shows children being asked to fill two vases with blue and pink balls. Upon completing the task they are rewarded with sweets – but the boy gets far more than the girl. Their responses make it clear – pay equality really is child’s play.
This YouTube video does a great job of capturing the challenge society has to make sure we don’t limit the potential of others by gender stereotypes.
Telling Them the Truth – The Keys to Sound Criticism
Feinberg article about telling the truth in business situations.
All the Right Moves by Anna Muoio
Summary of an interesting article written about what can be learned from chess masters to apply to business or life.
Why Smart Bosses Treat Their Employees Like Dogs
An excerpt from an article written by Rieva Lesonsky.
Likable Business by David Kerpen
Summary of a LinkedIn article from David Kerpen’s book listing 11 concepts for Likable Management.
Dennis Muilenberg – People First, Customer Always!
Dennis Muilenberg share some insights on his management style while the CEO of Boeing Defense. He was subsequently made the CEO and Chairman of Boeing (including all parts of Boeing).
A Five-Step Plan for Making Yourself a Leader Today’s Workers Will Follow
Feinberg’s advice on how to make yourself a leader that creates followership.
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