As many managers know, it’s damn hard to create and cultivate healthy teams.
So many strategy artifacts. So little clarity.
Many organizations have this peculiar condition where employees feel both exceedingly busy AND exasperated by the lack of tangible accomplishments that stem from all that work.
Is your organization taking the first steps up some proverbial mountain without clarity of what the path to the summit looks like?
Less “managers as shields” and “managers as sh*t umbrellas” metaphors, please.
I’ve found that a simple technique for improving product delivery involves “installing ramp meters” by committing to a clear cross-team cadence for reevaluating priorities.
A musically inspired exercise for building empathy within organizations.
A brainstorming process for garnering honest feedback about the state of a team / product / company during team retreats.
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