Disney’s secret sauce

“Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things. Because we’re curious. And curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt E. Disney Origen: CB insights newsletter – Disney's secret sauce   Curiosity wins Here’s the winning quote. “Around here, however, [...]

9 Ways the Internet Has Changed the Workplace (by @broadbandsearch )

A new era is on the horizon.   Origen: 9 Ways the Internet Has Changed the Workplace - BroadbandSearch   The changes in the workplace brought on by the internet will cause us to reinvent how we understand work. Yet while the internet has been commonplace in business and people's homes for at least the [...]

Amateurs vs. Professionals (also via @samuelgil )

Origen: Farnam Street blog – The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals Why is it that some people seem to be hugely successful and do so much, while the vast majority of us struggle to tread water? The answer is complicated and likely multifaceted. One aspect is mindset—specifically, the difference between amateurs and professionals. Most of us [...]

Are You Developing Skills That Won’t Be Automated? (@HarvardBiz)

Our ability to manage and utilize emotion and to take into account the effects of context are key ingredients of critical thinking, creative problem solving, effective communication, adaptive learning, and good judgment.   Origen: Are You Developing Skills That Won’t Be Automated? Contrast being a barista with being a bartender. People often strike up a [...]

Cinco preguntas de “coaching” para ayudar a tus profesionales

Origen: Qué es realmente un "coach" y cómo puede ayudar a las empresas No es objeto de este artículo proponer una metodología de coaching, pero me parece interesante ofreceros estas preguntas-herramienta (Harvard Business Review, 14 diciembre 2017) a modo de ejemplo, para que podáis facilitar a vuestros colaboradores unas breves reflexiones sobre su motivación, sus [...]

Is getting rid of rules and leaders making any movement more open and fair? (by @wired)

excerpts from A 1970s Essay Predicted Silicon Valley's High-Minded Tyranny | WIREDwhile this rhetoric of personal empowerment has been great for Silicon Valley, for the rest of the world it has produced a deeply painful reality: greater disparity in wealth and power, fewer tools for reversing these conditions, and a false sense that we are personally [...]

2019-03-31T19:43:01+02:00November 18th, 2018|internet, psicología, sociología|

The 70-20-10 Rule for Leadership Development

The 70-20-10 Rule for Leadership DevelopmentA research-based, time-tested guideline for developing managers says that you need to have 3 types of experience, using a 70-20-10 ratio: challenging assignments (70%), developmental relationships (20%), and coursework and training (10%).The 70-20-10 rule emerged from 30 years of our research, which explores how executives learn, grow, and change over [...]

A Taxonomy of Troublemakers (via @firstround)

 “If in workplace after workplace you are the only one who's right and everyone else is a jerk, schmuck or idiot, take note: there’s a common denominator and it’s you,” says Foster.A Taxonomy of Troublemakers for Those Navigating Difficult Colleagues | First Round Review Here’s a list of eight difficult personality types — and how [...]

7 Types of Companies You Should Never Work For

 @glassdoor "And just say no to places who define “hard work” as 15-hour days and long weekend email threads." 7 Types of Companies You Should Never Work For1. The High Turnover OutfitRed flags: Key roles pop up consistently on a company’s job site.2. The Culture Clash CorpRed flags: Negative employee reviews, lack of focus on a true employee [...]

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