Bad meetings: We’ve all experienced them. Whether it’s poor planning, too much talking, or lack of preparation, bad meetings waste precious time and money.
Billionaire Warren Buffett, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, is 87 years old and still capturing the world’s attention as the second richest person on the planet (as of this writing).
Having a healthy, positive relationship with your boss makes your work life much easier — it’s also good for your job satisfaction and your career. But some managers don’t make it easy.
Corporate culture is the self-reinforcing web of beliefs, practices, patterns, and behaviors that become “the way things are done around here.”
One afternoon a manager we’ll call Kassie sent an email to her teammate, Harrison, explaining why she hadn’t included him in a meeting with a group of company executives earlier that day.
Agility is catching fire, and there is growing recognition of its transformational benefits. But moving to an agile operating model is tough, especially for established companies.
However old we might be, none of us is ever quite emotionally mature – but having a list to hand of what maturity consists of might be a way of keeping score and nudging ourselves in the right direction