“You see, when people need help, you can’t simply run away, no?” says Dr. V. “You say, I will help you, and then you do what you can.
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Good execution requires having a “systematic way of exposing reality and acting on it,” argue Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan in the book “Execution.” Most organizations, they say, don’t face reality very well. It’s the manager’s job to force his organization to face reality, and then to deal with it.
“By letting it go it all gets done. The world is won by those who let it go. But when you try and try. The world is beyond the winning.” Continue reading
The real curse is not complexity so much as “complicatedness,” by which we mean the proliferation of cumbersome organizational mechanisms—structures, procedures, rules, and roles—that companies put in place in an effort to deal with the mounting complexity of modern business . Continue reading
Positive psychologists have shown that some people tend to frame the world optimistically, others pessimistically. Optimists often have an edge: in our survey, three-quarters of the respondents who were particularly good at positive framing thought they had the right skills to lead change, while only 15 percent of those who weren’t thought so. Continue reading
Put performance reviews aside and use common sense to answer three simple questions about the individuals you put in charge of decision nodes:
Does this person have the attitude, the necessary social skills, and the right expertise?
Whether evoking wagons or ships, George (Lucas) thought in terms of a long view; he believed in the future and his ability to shape it. Continue reading