I've made mistakes in various ways. It can be embarrassing, but mistakes are also the best way to learn.
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?
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.