‘Daily Thoughts’ is in pause mode for a few days and will resume with new content on Monday 4th of April .
You may have missed some of these topics below. They have created some traction Here is a quick way to catch up and continue some fresh thinking during the pause.
The scale of the #hellomynameis campaign is extraordinary and to the credit of the not less extraordinary Dr Kate Ranger, a terminally ill cancer patient, and medical doctor herself. I wrote about this here: The #hellomynameis campaign deserves all attention and support. Take a look and pass it on. If you have an extra moment, think of the reasons why this movement has grown as it has, and it is still growing.
In fact, that discussion of scale-ability is one of the pending and pressing ones in the area of management and I did write about this very recently: Scale or not scale? This is the Shakespearean culture question
Explore these topics and if you can, bring them to your own teams, or clients.
In fact, the best way to compile your own ideas for your team is to search within the search box or via the ‘Other articles by categories’ in the site. These Thoughts are written for that purpose, not to ‘agree/disagree’, but stimulate fresh thinking coming from…you. Experiment with this, create your own collection. Pass it on.
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