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Monthly Archives: June 2012
I love this image. And I wonder where I am right now. How much am I stretching myself outside my comfort zone? Is it enough to get to “where the magic happens”? Am I leaning in the right direction? Tough … Continue reading
I loved reading the book “Drive” by Daniel Pink. We already referred to it a few months ago in the post “what motivates the K.E.E.N.“. Daniel Pink uses a framework for the evolution of motivation in history that is similar … Continue reading
I liked the idea of this post of Amber Naslund about thinking about the things that we did believe, but do not believe anymore. She did it in the field of her career. I’ll do it in the field of … Continue reading
Contrary to what you might think, this is not an assertion by some hyped Californian startup leader. It is a very serious statement by Adm. Gary Roughead, until recently the Chief of Naval Operations of the US Navy. Like any … Continue reading
Social media is trendy. It is where companies can meet consumers, in particular the young generations. A lot of companies launch themselves for marketing purposes. But those who do so half-heartedly, thinking they can just broadcast their message without engaging … Continue reading
Not only services providers are now fully interconnected online today: every business – even those that consider themselves local, brick-and-mortar – should now consider that its clients are also online! Example: the other day I was looking for a basic … Continue reading
This ultra-famous quote from John Lennon resonates daily with me. I am particularly future-oriented and I like to have plans. And I don’t like things that have not been planned. And guess what – my long term plans are often … Continue reading
Finally we come to the last role, the PEOPLE CATALYST. Where the TEAM COACH enhanced the effectiveness of the team, the PEOPLE CATALYST uncovers people’s hidden talents for the benefit of the team and the project. The successful project leader … Continue reading
This nice infographic about the digital divide in the US raises the interesting question of the Digital Divide in society, as the Fourth Revolution expands. Will it slow down the Revolution? Interestingly as much as it was high on the … Continue reading
Before I really started to build my own company I read all this motivational literature about “thinking big”, and I thought it was a bit borderline BS… It is not that I did not know about ambition or wanting (dreaming) to build … Continue reading
The successful project leader is like the familiar figure of the collective sports TEAM COACH. His leadership approach can potentially transform a team from a mere collection of individuals into an unstoppable team. He can lead the team to produce … Continue reading
The Fourth Revolution transforms fundamentally the practice of leadership. Even if leadership has been refined as a concept only since the 1980′s, it has transformed surreptitiously since. Leadership just does not imply the same behavior and tools. Why? Simply, because leadership is … Continue reading