Top 150 Management &Leadership Blogs - Agile Management. Top 150 Management & Leadership Blogs I thought it was time for a new top list on this blog.
The readers of this blog know that I did this several times before, with the Top 200 Blogs for Developers, the Social Media Blogs Top 200, the Top 100 Best Books for Managers, Leaders & Humans, and many more… This time I wanted a list of the best management and leadership blogs in the world. And after a few weeks of browsing I had collected more than 150 blogs fitting the category.
Money. Best 101 Entrepreneurship Quotes Ever · 14 Clicks - StumbleUpon. I’m a big fan of quotes.
I could read them all day long. Some quotes can shift your entire mindset on something while others are just nice to bring up in conversations. I’ve spent the last two years (off and on) compiling 101 of my favorite entrepreneurship quotes around success, failure, leadership, wisdom, humor, money, practicality, motivation, and a smattering of entrepreneurial proverbs.
Success Quotes Failure Quotes “Failure defeats losers, failure inspires winners.” Leadership Quotes “Leaders don’t force people to follow, they invite them on a journey.” Wisdom Quotes “The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts.” Humorous Quotes “I think it’s wrong that only one company makes the game Monopoly.” Money Quotes “Formal education will make you a living. Practical Quotes. Leadership Body Lnguage. Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. July 22, 2011 by Akira Hirai Daniel Pink’s book, Drive, explores some misconceptions about what drives human behaviors.
For example, one commonly held belief is that if you provide larger monetary incentives, people will perform better. This turns out to be true for simple, mechanical tasks, but false when applied to complex tasks that require conceptual reasoning. For the latter, better outcomes are achieved by providing autonomy, providing people with the opportunity to master the subject matter, and creating a sense of purpose. This brilliantly animated video summarizes some of Dan’s thinking. Other articles by Akira Hirai. Filed under: Economics, Strategy About Cayenne Consulting. When Others Fail, Just Empathize - Management Tip of the Day - May 13, 2011... May 13, 2011 When people fail at work, your instinct may be to go into problem-solving mode. You search out reasons for the failure, try to figure out how to avoid it in the future, and draw out the lessons to be learned.
But when people who have failed are in the depths of despair, they need empathy more than your rationalizations and encouragements about the future. A concerned response is not only compassionate but productive. Empathy communicates trust, and people perform best when they feel trusted. Adapted from "The Right Way to Respond to Failure" by Peter Bregman. Create a Killer Business Plan - Martha Stewart Community. You've got the idea, now package it well!
The way you present your company and vision will determine whether you get the right financial partners and the right deal. Marketing Your IdeaLife is marketing. We're constantly being pitched to as consumers, yet we also market our products, our ideas, and ourselves personally and professionally. But where do so many early-stage entrepreneurs go wrong? They fail to sell their start-up effectively. As a former entrepreneur and a start-up consultant today, I've certainly seen more business plans than I care to remember.
Make your business plan shine with the three "Cs" to success: Be ConciseA concise plan provides a simple explanation for why the business is a great idea, as well as how it will be executed. Be CompellingThe goal is to make your company appear to be deeply compelling. Be CompleteYou must have a trusted third party review your plan to ensure it addresses all possible issues an investor may have. Wow! Hiring is Obsolete. May 2005 (This essay is derived from a talk at the Berkeley CSUA.)
The three big powers on the Internet now are Yahoo, Google, and Microsoft. Average age of their founders: 24. So it is pretty well established now that grad students can start successful companies. And if grad students can do it, why not undergrads? Like everything else in technology, the cost of starting a startup has decreased dramatically. The less it costs to start a company, the less you need the permission of investors to do it. The most interesting subset may be those in their early twenties. Market Rate I once claimed that nerds were unpopular in secondary school mainly because they had better things to do than work full-time at being popular. Or more precisely, I think few realize the huge spread in the value of 20 year olds.
Till now the problem has always been that it's difficult to pick them out. What's an especially productive 22 year old to do? The market is a lot more discerning than any employer. Why? Trend. The Small Business Checklist. WorkHappy.net: killer resources for entrepreneurs. Employee Recognition Appreciation Award Ideas - StumbleUpon.
Sincere thanks never grow old.
Ongoing, meaningful rewards and recognition provide an effective, low cost way of raising morale and encouraging higher levels of performance. Here are 86 ideas to help you embed employee recognition into your everyday work. (Adapted from the University of Michigan) Employee Recognition Ideas (no cost) Post a thank you note on an employee’s door.
Employee Recognition Ideas (minor to moderate cost) Plan a surprise picnic. Employee Recognition Topics.