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10 Essential Items for a New Manager's Survival Kit

10 Essential Items for a New Manager's Survival Kit | Business Network | Scoop.it

It doesn’t take long for reality to set in before new managers realize that leading people is a whole new ballgame. What made them successful as individual contributors will not ensure their success as managers.

 

Upon promotion to a supervisory position, all first-time leaders should be issued the New Manager’s Survival Kit. This metaphorical kit includes the basic items a new manager needs to survive the transition from being an individual contributor to a people manager. This kit doesn’t include everything a new manager needs to succeed on the job just a few essential emergency relief items.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, December 3, 2013 1:22 AM

Stepping into a management role for the first time is a daunting task for anyone. Most new managers are eager to make their mark as leaders and approach their supervisory opportunity with verve. 

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Business video: Navigating deployment in the cloud - TechRepublic (blog)

Business video: Navigating deployment in the cloud - TechRepublic (blog) | Business Network | Scoop.it
Business video: Navigating deployment in the cloud
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... takes to maintain and deliver their own video repositories. So how can you navigate this space?
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Social Media Newsfeed: BlackBerry’s Social Network | Facebook Beats Google

Social Media Newsfeed: BlackBerry’s Social Network | Facebook Beats Google | Business Network | Scoop.it
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email.
BlackBerry Rolls Out Its BBM Social Network (WSJ)
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Who's Managing Your Company's Network Effects?

Who's Managing Your Company's Network Effects? | Business Network | Scoop.it

Who should be accountable for identifying, cultivating and coordinating network effects inside the enterprise and out? The opportunities are clear; the responsibilities are not. Your organization needs a CNEO — a Chief Network Effects Officer — to integrate and align how your enterprise gets value from “harvesting collective intelligence.”

 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, December 4, 2013 11:41 AM

Reaping the network effects benefits of customers and clients is no longer good enough for sustainable value-added differentiation; tomorrow’s organizations need to better capture network effects-enabled value from their channels, partners and suppliers, as well. Monetizing network effects demonstrably makes for a helluva business model. That requires top management commitment and oversight.

Christian Clark's curator insight, February 8, 2014 12:21 AM

A nice article on the delegation of responsibility over control of network effects within a company and the creation of C-level positions that would oversee this important task.

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Google, the Network Company: From Theory to Practice

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Don Dea's curator insight, September 17, 2013 11:52 PM

Google makes clear to all new recruits what they can expect from becoming part of the company. “People don't come to Google to get a job, but to gain a network and become a topic expert,” says Nick Leeder, CEO of Google France. To achieve this ambitious objective, a lot of organisational effort has been mounted to empower collaborators and give them more freedom to start projects that matter to them.