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Whose Responsible for Motivating Employees?

Published on August 10, 2014 By The Strategy Guy

We all want more motivated, engaged & productive employees. My friends at BesslingWhite recently published 4 Requirements for Solving the Development Puzzle, and in it they list Motivation as their 4th point. “Motivation; Organizations can provide development resources and managers can coach, but without personal commitment, employees’ development efforts may amount to “going through the motions.” All employees […]

How to Get the Right Work Done

Published on June 27, 2011 By The Strategy Guy

Getting things done isn’t about time management.. but rather about how you manage yourself and your choices, within the time you have available to you. – David Allen Managing Workflow, Projects & Priorities That’s what time management is really about to begin with. you have a limited resource (time) and an over abundance of activities […]

3 Critical Success Messages for any Technology Start-up & Engineering Leadership

Published on June 18, 2011 By The Strategy Guy

During my weekend reading, I came across 3 wonderful & inspiring messages from Joe Stump in his recent interview on Capture The Flag that will surely help any internet / technology entrepreneur rethink (or solidify) their current perceptions of where they’re headed & why. Whether an internet entrepreneur, corporate executive, engineering team leader or budding […]

The Best Success Tip Ever!

Published on June 17, 2011 By The Strategy Guy

Talk less.. listen more! This Dilbert strip couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time! Just this past Tuesday I had been privileged to be asked to help mentor entrepreneurs in IBM’s SmartCamp (Barcelona edition). Imagine that you’re in a room.. and for the next 90 minutes you have seasoned veterans & highly networked serial […]

Why Science says Multitasking Doesn’t Work in the Workplace

Published on June 8, 2011 By The Strategy Guy

Everyone who thinks they can multitask… raise your hands. Now, everyone who thinks they can produce the same qualitative output whether multitasking or focusing on just one specific task keep your hands raised. With exception to the ladies who are still convinced they can multitask and get effective work done, the room should now have […]

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