By watching “The Last Dance,” I came away with takeaways that can be applied to being a good leader, managing teams and being successful in any career.
I recently had the opportunity to hear a sermon during which the pastor mentioned the concept of “disruptive change management.”
Innovative teams are at the heart of today’s forward-thinking organizations. Learning how to create a safe and trusting environment is crucial for success.
Cross-functional teams have changed over the past 10 or 20 years, due mainly to the advent of the Internet and ubiquitous computer technology.
When you hire for your team, consider someone with a creative background who can add a great deal of problem solving and creativity to your team.
You may want to forget what you've learned about creating a high-performance team. Instead, look for team members with heart.
Most managers I know would love to have a high-performing team. Unfortunately, not all managers know how to get their team to that level.
If you want to create brilliant products and solutions, you should hire the best geniuses, give them an environment to flourish, then do what you can to keep them, right?