All tagged Sigurd Rinde
John Hagel spoke this evening about his new book, The Power of Pull, at the Berkman Center. I took a boatload of notes and this is the result of that.
As many of you know, I am always looking for better ways to do my own work - personal knowledge management or just plain old being smart about how I work. But why is that? Why do I think it is so important that my own work moves so smoothly?
Jim McGee points to an interesting interview with Jordan Frank on the idea that we have a "responsibility to collaborate" with one another. I see it both from the perspective of the individual and of the organization as a whole.
Another interesting discussion from Sig at Thingamy: mindless stuff and leadership vs. management. He starts with an example of "managing" teenagers and gets to the key that they can only be led.
I've been following Sigurd Rinde's thingamy for the last few months, and now he comes up with "organisational hierarchies in practice."