“And one thing has become very clear to us about the M&A process – it’s outdated, inefficient, and unnecessarily combative, with too much time and energy spent negotiating deal terms and not enough on what matters most: building great products together and delivering more customer value.” https://www.atlassian.com/blog/technology/atlassian-term-sheet
SYSTEMS THINKING PRACTITIONER Systems thinking practitioner / Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education As providers start to train the first apprentices, a good time to refresh on this. The specification and requirements for the post-graduate-level apprenticeship (which doesn’t have a specific degree requirement) are above. The official providers page is: https://findapprenticeshiptraining.apprenticeships.education.gov.uk/courses/556 Providers I know of: […]UK Level 7 Systems thinking practitioner apprenticeship / Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education — Systems Community of Inquiry
Title: Blueprint – How DNA Makes Us Who We AreAuthor: Robert PlominScope: 5 starsReadability: 4 starsMy personal rating: 5 starsSee more on my book rating system. If you enjoy this summary, please support the author by buying the book. Topic of Book Plomin argues that the latest genetic research shows that our DNA is by far […]Book Summary: “Blueprint – How DNA Makes Us Who We Are” by Robert Plomin — The Ratchet of Technology, a site by Michael Magoon
A quote says “where attention goes, energy flows”. The power of thought is implied here. What you focus on the most receives not only the energy of thought and imagination, but the power of feeling, and opportunity to become. Our thoughts create certain feelings in us. The positive the thought, the positive the feeling. The […]What You Choose to Focus On Will Grow — The Victor Negro
Let’s define three levels: Human, Organization, World. Every human possesses some volume of knowledge that usually expands through the lifetime. The same concept is true for organizations and the whole world. Do we have a unified mechanism to store and share the accumulated knowledge? The answer is no.
When making decisions the most important thing is to make them. The principles of decision-making include: Go with your highest point of clarity. (Important decisions are never perfectly clear.) Keep moving forward, especially after making mistakes. Fear creates a disappointing future. 7 questions that change the way people think: #1. Will it cause harm? Reasonable […] […]7 Questions that Change the Way People Think — Leadership Freak — MidMarket Place