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May 21, 2010
Looks like the recipe for disaster..
May 21, 2010
Maybe, fryer, your obstinate execs who "don't get it" would be more willing to follow your suggestions if you learned how to actually spell. Being such a corporate stud--an "executive coach" and a "leadership evangelist", as you put it--you surely know how to spell "proverbial"...
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May 21, 2010
As an executive coach and a leadership evangelist, i feel Scott hit the preverbal nail on the relative to Leadership. I have dealt with a lot of execs that just "don't get it." Leadership is not a popularity contest. . .
May 21, 2010
Wouldn't it be funny if the document literally contained the heading: Strategy
and texts: Requirements,
- Optimistic data
- Bad analogies
- Saliency bias
- Herd instinct
- Confirmation bias
- Leadership
May 21, 2010
Actually he does have the hard part. He has to take all that information and twist it in such a way as to make the product look as good as possible and make himself look like a genius at the same time. I'm not sure which of the two is harder.
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