3. Productivity & Getting Things Done

Top 5 Tweets from Week 8 & 9 @ 2015

Posted by on March 1, 2015 at 5:00 pm

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); […]

Top 5 Tweets from Week #7 @ 2015

Posted by on February 14, 2015 at 6:00 am

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 […]

Hierarchy & Scale

Posted by on February 11, 2015 at 11:52 am

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 […]

Top 5 Tweets from Week #4 @ 2015

Posted by on January 24, 2015 at 6:00 am

This week I wanted to start a new practice, which is to summarize what I consider to be my most relevant Top 5 Tweets of the past week. #1: “The Founder’s Dilemmas” in 5 Minutes (@Tech Cocktail) because every Entrepreneur needs to go into their next venture with their eyes fully wide open. I will even […]

Effective Meeting Content, Cadence & Rhythm for Scale

Posted by on November 21, 2014 at 2:22 pm

A highly successful fast growth company recently asked me for a more effective process to deal with his team meetings. Now that the company has grown 10x, meeting effectiveness was rapidly starting to breakdown. Here’s an extract of my emailed response to them. Format Here’s my prefered cadence, subject to a better understanding of which (& […]

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