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Top 5 Tweets from Week 10 & 11 @ 2015

March 15, 2015

Here are what I consider to be my most relevant Top 5 Tweets of the past week. #1: Why the Most Important Success Metric in SaaS is Misleading (@OpenviewPartners) It’s unfortunately too common for most organizations to investigate no further than face value of the metrics they’re tracking. Every metric tells a story, and so I always […]

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Top 5 Tweets from Week 8 & 9 @ 2015

March 1, 2015

Here are what I consider to be my most relevant Top 5 Tweets of the past week.  #1: When and Why to Part Ways with a Customer (@HBR); because sometimes we forget how beneficial it can be to simply fire a customer that’s not delivering value. #2: How to energize and engage your team at work (@Resultsdotcom); […]

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Leadership is an everyday activity

February 24, 2015

In reading the leadership post “6 Ways Leaders Step Back But Don’t Step Away“, I was left to reflect once again on how a One Page Execution Plan (OPP) can be vital for you to effectively lead across an entire enterprise on an ongoing basis. To borrow on the words of my colleagues at ThoughtLeaders, the […]

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Top 5 Tweets from Week #7 @ 2015

February 14, 2015

Here are what I consider to be my most relevant Top 5 Tweets of the past week. #1: How to Manage Remote Direct Reports (@HBR), and these simple rules are actually universal, which means they’re just as relevant with your local teams. What the Experts Say that one of the biggest misconceptions about managing remote workers is that it […]

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Hierarchy & Scale

February 11, 2015

After reading a post from my good friend Stephen Lynch from Results, I wanted to add value by complementing his most recent post with my own 2 cents. Effective hierarchy is about engagement & not about control We’ve heard the stories about Google & Zappos leaderless initiatives, but if you’re to analyze that further, you’d […]

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