If you're in management, you'll eventually manage people who know more than you do about their field. How can you be a useful manager to them?
I've made mistakes in various ways. It can be embarrassing, but mistakes are also the best way to learn.
A common request is to measure the effectiveness of a team. Is it possible? Is it the right thing to do? Are there alternatives?
The biggest mistakes drive the biggest growth. Read about a few anecdotes of painful mistakes I've made, and what I learned along the way.
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.
There are some easy ways to make your organization less efficient. Involve multiple organizations spread across multiple geographies.