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MAY 10, 2011 [Goal, Planning] "No PowerPoint?"
But you obviously planned your presentation. Are you saying that this is 'planned spontaneity?'" "Oxymoronic but true. One of the goals is to have spontaneity without slipping into chaos. "No PowerPoint?" Right. don't think it works well with this type of class." What type is that?" This is a relatively small room. How so?"
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FEBRUARY 10, 2013 [Goal, Planning] If
we could really achieve something. But if any one of those is missing, well, you know, we're sort of doomed
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EXECUPUNDIT [Goal, Planning] I'd Rather
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2012
See what is rewarded than hear what is planned
. Examine results instead of goals
Quietly prevent a problem instead of dramatically solving one. Discover what, not who, is causing something to go wrong. Spend two hours with first line supervisors than a day with the executive team. Examine efforts instead of results. MORE >>
EXECUPUNDIT [Goal, Planning] We Call It This, But It's Really That
| SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2013
The bias became a hunch and the hunch became a fact and the fact became a conclusion and the conclusion evolved into a plan
which was more of a collection of hunches and the plan's goals
were hopes and its deadlines were suggestions. Until they thought about it. And the leaders were leaders except when they weren't. MORE >>
EXECUPUNDIT [Goal, Planning] 10 Ways to Botch It
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2013
Pursue the wrong goal
. Cling to a poor plan
. Any one of these can be fatal but some "leaders" manage to do all ten. Don't get enough information. Assemble a mediocre team. Sluggishly execute all stages. Let fatigue cloud judgment. Over-react to set-backs. Avoid accountability. Stay away from the action. Be smug MORE >>
EXECUPUNDIT [Goal, Planning] The Old Campaigner
| FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2011
Get all of your planning
and phone calls out of the way by nine in the evening. Set a goal
of being asleep by ten or by eleven at the absolute latest. I once had a hellish training schedule. At least two weeks a month I was out of state, teaching in a different city every day. One year, I was in 100 cities. Be on the alert for boredom. MORE >>
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