Archive for February, 2014

I Love High Tech—and We Should Leverage it in Hiring—but Here’s Some Old-School Advice That Still Works

February 11th, 2014 - Comments Off on I Love High Tech—and We Should Leverage it in Hiring—but Here’s Some Old-School Advice That Still Works

Hiring the best talent is a manager or leader’s most important job. That’s why we’re always seeing crops of new theories, methods and processes trying to turn this art into a science. In my career, I’ve seen all sorts of …

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Getting through the muck

February 10th, 2014 - Write a comment »

By Bijan Sabet It’s amazing how much a small team can get done. (Consider David and Marco during the earliest days of Tumblr) The team is small, the balance sheet is tiny but productivity soars. Any and all decisions are solvable …

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Like Your Job? Thank Your Boss

February 6th, 2014 - Write a comment »

By Fred Reichheld – Bain Fellow, Author/Speaker on Loyalty, Creator of the Net Promoter System Your boss has a lot to do with whether you like your work. That may sound blindingly obvious, but surprisingly few companies treat direct supervisors and …

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