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4 years 8 months ago
There's numerous work-flow or IT enabled processes that have been created to bust bureaucracy. Only problem is that they have only succeeded in institutionalizing it! More
4 years 8 months ago
There are too many designations - Head, Senior, General Manager, Director, President, Vice President etc. Its maddening to have people depend on their designations to exert power and influence! More
4 years 8 months ago
In the approval process! There are some forms that need 10 people to sign on them for a decision to be taken! More
4 years 9 months ago
Dear Mike, Thanks for your observations. I have made some changes to the narrative and hope you find it more compelling in its new version! More
5 years 5 months ago
Given the fight for talent, this is a win-win proposition. I think both employers get access to a great employee and the employee gets to experience two organizations at the same time enabling him/her... More
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There's numerous work-flow or IT enabled processes that have been created to bust bureaucracy. Only problem is that they have only succeeded in institutionalizing it!

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There are too many designations - Head, Senior, General Manager, Director, President, Vice President etc. Its maddening to have people depend on their designations to exert power and influence!

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In the approval process! There are some forms that need 10 people to sign on them for a decision to be taken!

By Stephen Remedios on March 19, 2014
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 In using the findings from CCL’s original Lessons of Experience (LOE) research to inform practical advice for developing executives, Bob Eichinger and Mike Lombardo (co-founders of Lominger) coi
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 Its a well know fact thaty positivity and negativity are powerful feedback processes in human behavior.
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Its a well know fact thaty positivity and negativity are powerful feedback processes in human behavior. A powerful indicator of what is possible for an organization is the positivity/negativity ratio of feedback; that is, how many instances of positive vs. negative feedback we can observe in a human interaction...

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Everyone gets paid enough to live a 'decent' standard of living. After that you get, 'immortality' or some imaginary non-monetary currency to reflect that you have made a meaningful contribution to the organization. The greater the performance, the more 'immortality'!

Of course there is an annual increment based on inflation...

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In using the findings from CCL’s original Lessons of Experience (LOE) research to inform practical advice for developing executives, Bob Eichinger and Mike Lombardo (co-founders of Lominger) coined the “70-20-10” formula or guideline, i.e., 70% of executive development comes from jobs, 20% from other people, 10% from courses....
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All too often people wait till the dreaded annual appraisal cycle to sit across the table and get 'feedback'. It ends up being received defensively because it is used later in the conversation to justify or rationalize the performance rating for the year! The recipient gets a development plan based...

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Adaptability is about winning in the long term, surviving all that the VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world throws at you. The notion of incentivizing managers to meet annual goals encourages quick fixes and a band-aid philosophy rather than stimulating a desire to make adaptations that keep you relevant...

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