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Jeremy Hunter
August 29, 2017
Many leaders focus on having the right answers, but what about asking the right questions? Can a question influence an answer? Does our framing of a situation open up possibilities or shut down the situation?Let’s try an experiment. Look at the questions below and see what happens:“How can I prove I’m right?”“How did I get stuck with these idiots Read more
Tags: management | questions
Sydney Finkelstein
August 14, 2017
With summer here, our thoughts naturally turn to BBQs, beaches, and vacations. It’s the time of year when you can easily find yourself daydreaming when you should be paying attention. And then, as if in a nightmare, you realize you are seated around a table, listening to people you don’t really want to hear from, people who are saying things you Read more
Tags: management | meetings | effective meetings | leadership
Bruce Rosenstein
August 8, 2017
The following column originally published on July 5, 2002, USA TODAY published my feature story on Peter Drucker, “Scandals Nothing New to Business Guru.” He and I were both in Los Angeles for the SLA/Special Libraries Association annual conference.I was an attendee and he was one of the keynote speakers. (Last week I wrote Read more
Tags: Peter F. Drucker | business | leadership
Jim Champy
July 26, 2017
There is no doubt that technology is playing an extraordinary role in the transformation of business. From Uber to Airbnb, from Amazon to Netflix, business models are dramatically changing. But I worry that our fascination with technology may be distracting us from paying attention to the importance people play in the success and failure of Read more
Tags: digital age | management | technology