A common request is to measure the effectiveness of a team. Is it possible? Is it the right thing to do? Are there alternatives?
School teaches some good lessons, and some bad. Here I walk through a few lessons you should unlearn.
Ambiguous ownership is a necessary part of working in complex situations. Being able to navigate this ambiguity is a part of successful leadership.
Setting fewer goals and achieving them is a key to success. Finding predictability in unpredictable work is challenging but rewarding.
What do high school students, and experienced professionals have in common? We all unwisely put off our most important work.
The situation controls your behavior. If you want to control your behaviors, look at changing your situation.