High energy teams get more done. Sadly, they don’t teach managers how to track and manage team energy. Perhaps it’s a topic you’d rather ignore. Just do the work. Don’t worry about fluffy stuff like emotional trajectory or energy networks. High performance requires high energy. Assess team energy: Draw a line through the middle of…
Yale is making some changes to its freshman application. While high school students applying to the elite US university were previously given free rein on its secondary essay requirement ("Reflect on something you would like us to know about you"), applicants this year will face a set of newly specific questions: What is a community t
Business analysts’ performance and how we could measure it appeared to be a hot topic of interest for the Business Analysis community. “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it” (Peter Drucker) – this statement hides lots of questions for the Business Analysis managers, like what to measure, how to assess, quantifiable or qualifiable metrics to use?
Do you ever wish you could work fewer hours per week? Well, then you may want to consider it. But how do you explain it to your boss? If you’re over 40, you can cite a new study in the Melbourne Institute’s Working Paper Series. They found that a three-day work
Your inner critic believes you’re a failure and wants you to stay that way. An inner finger-pointer comes from two places. Inner critics are the imagined voice of accusing authority figures and negative family members from the past. The other place your inner critic speaks from is perfectionism. Inner critics: Cheer when you keep struggling in the same…
Since its release three weeks ago, the new Black Lives Matter platform has divided the Jewish community over how to respond. Now that the dust is settled, perhaps there is space to consider that both sides might be right.
Beginning this fall, Kentucky State University will provide all of its students with free e-textbooks for their courses in an effort to boost student success rates by providing equitable access to course materials.
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