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Today, we bring you a guest post from Jacob Shriar at Officevibe.  We love to give voice to those trying to revolutionize work.  And, we thought you’d enjoy this.  Check it out.   This is a warning to all companies still practicing old school management styles. If you don’t change your ways, it will be disastrous for your company. Employees (or I should say humans), are smarter than ever, and […]

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Nice post man, good topic.  Also some really good comments, and there has been some interesting conversation around culture fit related to the removal of Jack Griffin at Time Warner. I usually find the cultural fit conversation to be pretty humorous.  In my experience, it seems that the people using it as a reason to not hire someone are also the people least capable of actually describing the aforementioned culture […]

Jason- Happy New Year brother.  It looks like 2011 is going to be an outstanding year for Talent Anarchy, I look forward to getting our book published this year and I look forward to taking our message back out on the road.  I just hope that the topic you teed up in your last blog post does not send us to divorce court. I think that this issue, which we […]

Joe, The beginning of the year is always a time of renewal and big plans in business.  For most, it’s when we launch our programs and plans for the year that we hope will transform our organizations and the people within them to make everyone more successful.  In the work we do, one of the issues we constantly confront is how to measure the impact.   We all have heard […]

Nice post, culture is always a good topic.  Organizational culture might be due for a new definition…I wonder if we are up to that?  Something to think about, let me get to your questions. Do leaders get culture? No.  Some exceptions, sure…but in my experience they are few and far between.  And this is, I believe, more evidence that we do not have the way of leadership that we need […]

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