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3 12, 2009

Ask three questions to clarify expectations

Thu, Dec 3, 2009|Filed in: Bookmarks, Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , , |Comments Off on Ask three questions to clarify expectations

by John Baldoni at HarvardBusiness.org: Leaders can to exert their management skills to engage employees and set clear expectations. Here are three questions managers can ask to ensure that employees follow through on their responsibilities. · Go to Ask Three Questions to Clarify Expectations →

9 11, 2009

John Seely Brown: Chief of Confusion

Mon, Nov 9, 2009|Filed in: Bookmarks, Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , |Comments Off on John Seely Brown: Chief of Confusion

Visiting scholar at USC and the independent co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge. In a previous life, the Chief Scientist of Xerox Corporation and the director of its Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). Deeply involved in the management of radical innovation and in the formation of corporate strategy and strategic positioning of Xerox as The Document Company. Today, Brown is Chief of Confusion, helping people ask the right questions, trying to make a difference through my work- speaking, writing, teaching. · Go to John Seely Brown: Chief of Confusion →

7 10, 2009

Questions for a team start-up

Wed, Oct 7, 2009|Filed in: Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , , |Comments Off on Questions for a team start-up

  • What are your strengths?
  • How would you like to use your strengths in this experience?
  • What do you need to do your best?
  • How can we support you in bringing your best?
  • What do you want from this experience?
  • What do you know about yourself in work groups?
  • How do you best show up?
  • What concerns do you have about this experience?
  • What would you like to explore […]
30 07, 2009

The 10 questions every change agent must answer

Thu, Jul 30, 2009|Filed in: Bookmarks, Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , , |Comments Off on The 10 questions every change agent must answer

From Harvard Business Review: When it comes to creating the future, the only thing more worrisome than the prospect of too much change may be too little change — especially in an economy where there are too many competitors chasing too few customers with products and services that look too much alike. Now is the time to rethink long-held strategic assumptions inside your company, to challenge decades of conventional wisdom in your industry, and to push yourself to learn, grow, and innovate. As Albert Einstein famously said, “Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them.” Or, in the spirit of some unknown Texas genius: “If all you ever do is all you’ve ever done, then all you’ll ever get is all you ever got.” · Go to The 10 Questions Every Change Agent Must Answer →

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