An organization that values busyness will never innovate. If you want to innovate you need to make space for it.
“I am an amazing typist, I type 110 words per minute!”. When our identity is intertwined with our job skills, it becomes really hard when the need for skills changes. Companies lose a lot of money in this skill-change lag. How can we smooth this transition?
Welcome to this week’s installment of the Toon-Te-Ching. Each week we are taking one of the 81 verses of the Tao-Te-Ching, pairing it with a toon and connecting the teaching to our work life.
Businesses are addicted to “know-how” but seem to reject “know-why”. Without learning theory, it appears that companies lurch from one fad to the next.
There is so much pressure today to stand out from the crowd, be remarkable. Is this cultural imperative serving us?
There are 5 magic words that will help you build power through connection at work. Read on to find out what they are!
Agile is all about delivering value sooner. It’s a great idea, but teams struggle to actually do it.
As you move up the hierarchy at work, you gain power. And most higher-ups exercise control and authority to exercise and accumulate that power. What if we flip this around and use connection to build power?
This blog has always been about workplaces that are healthy, productive and FUN! Why are we now saying not to make work fun? Have we gone crazy? Are we flip-flopping? Read on and find out!