Manifestos tagged with Management


The Employee Experience: Expectation Alignment and Contracts
March 22, 2017 - By: Tracy Maylett & Matthew Wride
“It’s hard to meet expectations when you don’t know what they are. Yet, that’s exactly how many organizations and managers behave—as if their employees do not have any expectations. We can assure you that they do.”
What If Everyone Brought Their Soul to Work?
Feb. 22, 2017 - By: Scott Moorehead & Ryan McCarty
“What if we told you that profit can be the fuel that empowers you to do some serious good in the world? What would happen if we intentionally tore down those walls that separate us from going to work and giving back—where everyone was given permission to do good while they did their work?”
Death or Glory in the Digital Age of Marketing
Feb. 22, 2017 - By: Ben Legg
“To succeed in this new world, the marketing function needs to reinvent itself fast, and it won’t be easy. The number of marketing technology platforms and available ad formats are in the thousands and ever-changing.”
Curing the Temporary Dis-Ease of “Too Busy:” Strategies for Everyday Sanity
Dec. 21, 2016 - By: Flip Brown
“There are ways to work from a sense of grounded being, of using the awareness of the moment to truly be in the moment, and to be fully engaged without being ‘swept along’ more often than not.”
The Necessity of Speed
Dec. 21, 2016 - By: Jack Zenger & Joseph Folkman
“Life for a manager inside an organization has an unrelenting pace, with very few occasions when there is uninterrupted time. […] And, no, it is not all right to lock the office door to get all of your work done. Your influence is directly proportional to the quality and frequency of the connections you make through the day. So what can you do?”
How Leaders Can Master the Art of Accountability
Oct. 5, 2016 - By: Jonathan Raymond
“Every business leader agrees that accountability is an essential ingredient in a healthy organizational culture. Which makes it all the more striking how little training there is out for leaders and managers on how to do it well. The cost to teams and organizations is high and widespread.”
“Bankers Are 'Only' Motivated By Money” (And Other Ways Organizations Domesticate Us)
Oct. 5, 2016 - By: Todd M. Warner
“At the core of domestication is how organizations teach people. Organizations 'train' people not through their learning programs, but through the ways they work and the assumptions that abound in their social system.”
How to Make Things Happen When You’re Not the CEO
Sept. 14, 2016 - By: Thomas Barta and Patrick Barwise
“Great ideas achieve nothing unless they’re executed. But as a technical expert, a manager, or even a senior leader, you have no formal power to make anything happen beyond your own team. What do you do?”
The Midlife Gap Year: Why More Companies Should Offer Employee Sabbaticals
Aug. 10, 2016 - By: Phyllis Korkki
“A midcareer gap year is an important step to incorporate into people’s professional and personal lives because of two major societal changes: extended longevity and a transformed work world.”
Leading Innovation From the New Middle
July 13, 2016 - By: George E. L. Barbee
“Innovation is more than an “I” thing… it’s a “WE” thing. It is true that we must make a real, conscious effort to improve our own innovation skills. But there are also important changes that we can and should bring about in the organization."



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