You've promised your customers a new product and your team is rushing to get it out on time. You've got a bunch of extremely smart people trying to coordinate a bunch of extremely complicated tasks, it's
When we think about productivity at work, we often think about how to motivate ourselves — or the people on our team. But sometimes the people who are struggling to stay focused and engaged are our peers.
It can be challenging to synchronize complex tasks across multiple functions. Rather than cooperating, too many functions end up competing for power, influence, and limited resources. And such rivalry
Much is written about the numerous challenges CEOs face. But I haven’t seen much analyzing the differences CEOs face between expectations and reality. Which is why I took note when I recently came across
The best managers know they’re supposed to give the people they lead challenging assignments to keep them interested and engaged. But what do you do when someone you manage gets to the top of their learning
You may have heard about deep learning and felt like it was an area of data science that is incredibly intimidating. How could you possibly get machines to learn like humans? And, an even scarier notion
The idea of management comes from the military because that was the first time in human history a diverse group of people who did not know each other were organized to work together towards a common goal.
It’s been nearly a century since scientists first theorized that the Universe was expanding, and that the farther away a galaxy was from us, the faster it appears to recede. This isn’t because galaxies
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When Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, the ABC News program 20/20 asked me to share some of the insights I gleaned from writing three books on Jobs and Apple. The seven rules I offered are still relevant
There are plenty of traps for leaders in today's workplace, whether it's unspoken rules that lead to a toxic culture, or behaviors that make Millennials want to quit, or even toxic behaviors that make
At some point in your career, you likely encountered a manager you believed was unfair. You probably thought to yourself, “When I’m a manager, I’m never going to be like that!” Now that you’ve been promoted
Renowned German film director and photographer Wim Wenders has hit out at phone' photography'. Speaking at an exhibition of his Polaroid works, he said photography was dead and thinks mobile phones are