Submitted by tunatarim on Tue, 2013-10-22 09:16
It is interesting to see how many teams think that having a project plan means successful execution. Getting the group together and strategizing, then putting a plan together is absolutely important for execution, but as important as planning is to have the discipline to execute the plan.
Submitted by jentre on Sun, 2013-10-20 04:40
Here is an interesting blog from Harvard Business Review about how to assess a firm. "If you want to really understand a firm’s strategy - whether it’s a start up or Fortune 500 firm - you need only two documents: the compensation plan and the pricing plan."
Submitted by jentre on Wed, 2013-09-18 08:24
The course " Thinking like a Leader: the TILL System" is described and linked on our e-learning page, along with other e-resources of interest.
Submitted by tunatarim on Wed, 2013-07-17 09:33
It is the month of July, which means that you are either already done or just about done with mid-year reviews with your team members. If you haven't scheduled them yet, or your company doesn't have the policy to do mid-year reviews, I highly recommend that you still have these discussions.
Submitted by jentre on Fri, 2013-07-12 08:51
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Submitted by tunatarim on Mon, 2013-07-08 04:24
Who is doing most of the talking during the 1:1 meetings with your team members; you or your team members? Whatever your intent for the 1:1 is, you need to master the art of listening. If you spend most of the time talking and not listening, you might miss a great deal of what your team member is trying to tell you.
NEWS from IEEE-USA
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WASHINGTON (30 May 2013) – Harold S. Goldberg, P.E., the first chair of what is now IEEE-USA, will receive the organization’s highest honor, the Robert S. Walleigh Distinguished Contributions to Engineering Professionalism Award.
Submitted by gerardgaynor on Sat, 2012-01-21 10:12
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