The best managers have a fundamental understanding of their company, the workplace itself, and team dynamics. In this article from Inc.com, award-winning business author Geoffrey James shares what he learned by interviewing some of the most successful CEOs in the world to discover their management secrets.
Jeff Haden learned much of what he knows about business and technology as he worked his way up in the manufacturing industry. Everything else he picks up from ghostwriting books for some of the smartest leaders he knows in business. Follow him: @jeff_haden
What would you add to this list? Tell us in the Comments.
— Posted by Regan Kelly, Editor/Community Manager, The Greater IBM Connection
Sometimes the route to happiness depends more on what you don’t do. Happiness–in your business life and your personal life–is, more often than not, a matter of subtraction, not addition. Think, for example, about what would happen if you were to stop doing these 10 things. Why not make an early 2013 resolution?
Here are the most common habits of a dysfunctional team and how to fix them so you can get your group back on track.
by Matthew Swyers, Inc.com
Have you ever been part of a team that just can’t seem to get things done? Don’t despair, it happens more than you think.
How is your team performing?
Read here about the most common habits of a dysfunctional team and how to fix them so you can get your group back on track.
Greater IBMers, has this happened to you? What would you add to this list?
About the author:
Matthew Swyers is the founder of The Trademark Company, a Web-based law firm specializing in protecting the trademark rights of small to medium-size businesses. The company is ranked No. 138 on the 2011 Inc. 500.