reflection

IDeas for getting better at your craft
Ideas For Getting Better At Your Craft
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Ideas for getting better at our craft is available to all of us no matter what work we do. Lets explore how to leverage these ideas better
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The First Org Chart & Influence
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And so came the first organisation chart of the modern era. David McCalum ensured that people down the chain had far more authority in scheduling and running daily operations, because they were closest to the ground
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Agile Weaves Performance Management Into Work
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Performance appraisals are dreaded by all - employees, managers and even HR people! Can Agile give us clues for making this more seamless? Read on
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OWL Despatch
The Mother Teresa Effect
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How can small acts of kindness like smiling, wishing others, lending a ear make us more effective leaders and more healthy? Read on to find out about the Mother Teresa effect
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It’s Too Soon To Say
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Your year end reflection template is yours, write in to us.
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When The Waters Recede
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In those precious moments, new questions came up. Old questions found new answers. My conclusions and lessons got a revisit and got a very different texture.
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Agile OWL Edition 25
Experiment Your Way To Agile And Agility
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For change to stick it requires persistence. This persistence must stem from experiments and learning from these experiments. Persistence and experimentation working in cyclical tandem is the key to change. One without the other isn’t worth much.
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Blameless Culture With Agile
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Have you noticed how pervasive “blame” is in the society we live in? is it any surprise that blame is rampant in the corporate world too? What can organisations do to build a blameless culture with Agile principles
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Mantras For Success In The 21st Century
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Our lives are far more fulfilling when we handle our time with care and devices with ease!
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OWL Despatch_Edition 63
Would You Take Your Own Advice?
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The biblical King Solomon, known well known for his wisdom and wealth has also a 'paradox' named after him!
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