Typically, we choose our leaders for their skill at conveying messages clearly and powerfully. But it's their ability to listen that distinguishes great leaders from the rest. We often attribute courage and strength to the speaker, but what about the listener? The art of...
Clay Shirky teaches theory and practice of social media at NYU, where he embraces the concept of a free culture. Yet this fall he banned students from using laptops, tablets and phones in class. The reason? "We've known for some time that multi-tasking is bad for the quality...
Peter Drucker developed the five famous questions that were crucial to the Drucker approach to business. But important as they are, these aren't the only questions Drucker asked — and they may not be the most important questions he...
A lot of people who think they understand leadership have fallen for some common myths and misconceptions. The truth is leadership is a privilege — maybe even a calling. It's something that has to be earned and learned over time.
Discovery Learning, introduced by Jerome Bruner, is a method of inquiry-based instruction. This popular theory encourages learners to build on past experiences and knowledge, use their intuition, imagination and creativity, and search...
This article looks at the Value Net Model, a tool that helps your business move away from a "kill or be killed" ethic and achieve greater success by operating alongside, or even in association with, other organizations.
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