How Mark Zuckerberg Can Save Facebook – And Us
The New York Times – In today's society, leaders often grapple with the unintended consequences of technology platforms and struggle to ensure they fulfill their original purpose.
Where Did ‘We the People’ Go?
The New York Times – With the nation seemingly more divided than ever, this piece explores the breakdown of community, the loss of a collective sense of “We,” and what leaders can do to restore unity.
The HOW Report
LRN - Based on data collected from 16,000 employees in 17 countries, the report finds that Self-Governing Organizations produce better business outcomes by all meaningful measures.
New Metrics for a New Reality
New Metics for a New Reality By Dov Seidman In modern business, perhaps the most sacred management adage is that what you measure is what you get. Therefore, it follows, you must manage what you measure. At the same time, Albert Einstein cautioned that, “Not everything that can be counted counts and
Want to do Big Things? Make Yourself Small
Want to do Big Things? Make Yourself Small May 20, 2015 By Dov Seidman How do you define a leader? It’s a question I’ve been asking myself for years now and one I try to ask the CEOs, business owners and managers I come into contact with. (Notice I didn’t say leaders I come in contact
The Transformative Power of Transparency
The New York Times – The transformational power of authentic apologies and how committing to truth, transparency, and accountability can improve performance, minimize risk, and increase trust. May 23, 2014
Seeking Better Returns: Trust is not Transactional
Seeking Better Returns: Staying True to "Corporate Character" Means Realizing That Trust is Not Transactional November 22, 2013 By Dov Seidman We are moving deeper into an era when consumers have unprecedented visibility into shop floors and board rooms, and that gives new relevance to a time-honored truth: Trust is not transactional. Because stakeholders
What We Know About Employee Engagement
(Almost) Everything We Think About Employee Engagement is Wrong September 20, 2012 By Dov Seidman Employees and the Business Outcomes They Generate For years, the business world’s approach to managing employee engagement has been out to lunch. “Out to lunch” as when executives tell managers to get their employees “more engaged” by taking them out