Middle Managers make up 8% of the labor force. They are pivotal in creating our workplace culture. What if they banded together to stand up for better working conditions?
How does it feel to be ranked? When you’re at the bottom it feels bad, but being ‘better than’ is just as much of a dysfunction as being ‘less than’. Why do we continually put people in dysfunctional situations? Can a company run without ranking?
Companies love cost savings! It’s money right there on the table, let’s just take it! Today we look at the downside of cost savings. Hint: it’s not what you think
How can we make change when the prisoners are also the jailers? Middle managers could be the key.
The Tao-Te-Ching is an ancient Chinese text, a guide on living a spiritual life. In this new WorkBytes weekly feature, we’ll attempt to apply each verse to our work-life. We hope to bring you inspiration and entertainment, plus something to chew on for the coming week.
I hear a lot of Agilists throwing stones at Agile teams that are not doing “perfect” Agile. Let’s put an end to this, and respect everyone for where they are on their journey.
The conventional wisdom in business is “control and order creates harmony.” What is this core belief is dead wrong?
In spite of our post earlier this week “Stop Learning!” we did read in 2018. For those of you still learning, here are our top 3 books picks from 2018.
Many of us think we can suffer now so we can relax in retirement. Why wait?
Do you think that more knowledge will solve all your problems? Perhaps the answer is not in consuming but creating. Can you shift your ratio to create more, and consume less?