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Constructive Leadership Vs Destructive Leadership: Sometimes Learning What Not To Do Is More Effective Than Learning What To Do
A teacher of art and painting once said to me that to draw a tree, one does not draw the outline of the tree and leaves, one draws the empty spaces between them.
15 Skills and Practices Conducive to the Successful Guidance of High Intensity, High Performance, Lean Teams
In this segment, we will focus a little more on the ethics and principles which should serve as some of the foundational Rules of Engagement
Steve Jobs said “Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.” Often when teaching classes in Lean engagement and Lean methodologies, I post two banners on the wall.
Although many people who might read this article may be familiar with David Marquette‘s YouTube video entitled “Greatness”, please allow me to suggest that before reading further. His brief video is based on his book, Turn the Ship Around.