Stephen Lynch’s guide to managing projects and tasks and holding people accountable to execute your strategy more effectively
When people can see tangible progress and experience “small wins” often, they become more engaged and productive.
Employees are more energized, engaged, and productive when they get time for breaks, feel valued, are able to focus, and are aligned to your core purpose
Google found that managers are critical to successful operations and that “good managers” increase job satisfaction and employee retention
In this book, Clayton Christensen asks the reader a series of soul-searching questions to help us be more strategic, both in business and in life.
Once people start working more than 50 hours per week, their output per hour (productivity) starts to fall.
A Pre Mortem helps to scope out our Projects more accurately. It helps to set our Strategic Projects up to succeed right from the outset.
Peter Thiel’s book Zero to One made me think. Here is a brief summary, quoting key excerpts from the book.
After Action Review (AAR) debrief meetings capture the lessons learned from each project and improve future strategic planning and execution
Exceeding customer expectations does not build customer loyalty. The secret to customer loyalty is to make things easy.
A good onboarding process will help your new hires to become as productive as possible as fast as possible.