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Work, nutshell: “Principle Of Least Effort”

We design work to run from the real work. Continue Reading

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The problem: Employers/employees want different “autonomy”

Execs want to cut costs. People are costs. People want better projects and the ability to work independently. This intersection point defines our working future. Continue Reading

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Is employee net promoter score a good metric to use?

Employee net promoter score

It becomes a “tree falls in the cubicle forest” problem. Continue Reading

Inspirational leadership: Don’t we all somewhat deserve this?

Inspirational Leadership

Gotta find that revenue tie to make this more important, though. Continue Reading

Guest Post: The driving force vs. the restraining force

Employee Evaluation

How do you maximize what you need to grow while minimizing that which holds you back? Tim Nash opines (with research!) Continue Reading

Motivational posters ain’t gonna get you growth

Motivational Posters

“Slap something on the wall and hope it resonates with others” is a nice little management strategy. (See also: the “core values” of most places.) But does it work? Good Lord no. Continue Reading

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The “zero fucks given” approach to work

Zero fucks given

This isn’t about doing a bad job. It’s about learning how to tune out the noise. Continue Reading

The no time for that work culture will make you weep

No time for that

Screeching, yelping, bellowing, and hollering — all devoid of context and assistance. Continue Reading