In 1981, I had the opportunity to view a training film regarding the “Abilene Paradox”. It featured the concept’s author the late Jerry B. Harvey
Some time ago, I wrote an article in this collection entitled “Good Managers Work At It”. The point of my essay was that success at almost
When we hear the term presentation we tend to think of something prepared; something formal; something thought out and through ahead of time. In essence,
I recently finished reading a fascinating book by Gillian Tett entitled The Silo Effect; The Peril Of Expertise And The Promise Of Breaking Down Barriers.
Most managers fantasize at some point about being handed the “DREAM TEAM” assignment. You know, a staff filled with self-starting, bright, multi-talented all-stars who basically
I frequently ask managers how they evaluate, or attempt to know, how they are doing in their jobs. What never ceases to surprise me is