Stephen Lynch’s guide to managing projects and tasks and holding people accountable to execute your strategy more effectively
Adopt these 7 “work smart” practices which have been shown in the research to be the key drivers of performance
McChrystal is a controversial character, but there were great takeaways in this book. Here is my summary of the key business lessons from Team of Teams
In this article, I focus on a selection of cognitive biases and provide suggestions for how to inoculate ourselves from them
The meeting facilitator’s role is to optimize meeting productivity and support the decision-making process
Survivorship bias is our tendency to study the people or companies who “survived” or were victorious while ignoring those that failed. Learn why this is a mistake.
Beware of chasing large enterprise “whale” customers lest they drag you on a business Nantucket Sleighride
My summary of the book Extreme Ownership and the key business lessons from Navy SEALs
Measure results, not hours. It’s not about face-time at the office (or virtual equivalent), it’s about delivering visible results.
To create a high-performance, no excuses culture, start by implementing these management best practices.
The 1953 Yale goal setting study is a myth. Does writing down goals actually work? Yes, but with provisos.