Jim Taggart

Jim Taggart

1d ago · 5 min read · ~10 · 1
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Steve Jobs’ Reality Distortion Field: Leadership or Bullying?

Steve Jobs’ Reality Distortion Field: Leadership or Bullying?

Steve Jobs was a fascinating individual, with both dark and bright sides. He was an incredible visionary with a particular ability for simplicity in design. He was never satisfied with the status quo, and it’s because of his devotion to continuous...

Jim Taggart

Jim Taggart

My personal view is that Apple is better off in the hands of Tim Cook. I don't have any compelling evidence, except to note that Jobs was obsessed with destroying Android Inc., which Google bought in 2005. My guess is that Jobs would have re-directed enormous energy to that end, possibly losing ground on the innovation front. We'll never know.

18h ago
Don Philpott☘️

Don Philpott☘️

Nice cliff notes on the book, but address your own initial question; bully or leader? (And where is the distinction considering the Pixar success, Atari failure, getting kicked out/brought back, personal issues with father/daughter, product choices) ...and the company now that he is gone.

1d ago
Eber Devine

Eber Devine

25/7/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
Things you must consider before Getting into the Consulting Business

Things you must consider before Getting into the Consulting Business

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1GHYYRmWoo Most people nowadays prefer to start their own consulting business instead of working for someone else. And why not, after all, this is one of the most rewarding and fastest-growing professions in today's...

Terry Newmyer

Terry Newmyer

This has some great advice, thank you for sharing the article!

4d ago
Jerry Fletcher

Jerry Fletcher

Good Advice, Eber. Some additions that come out of doing this for 28 years. 1. Talk to your family about how it is going both good and bad times. 2. Set office hours, and stick to them, especially if you work from home. 3. If you work from home, put a door on your office. Close it at closing time and go be with your family. Resist the urge to go back in for, "just a few minutes." 4. Do work you are proud of. 5. Ask your clients to tell the world about you.

25/7/2018
Jim Taggart

Jim Taggart

6d ago · 2 min read · ~10
Integrating Knowledge Transfer and Organizational Learning: Can You Tango? (Part Four)

Integrating Knowledge Transfer and Organizational Learning: Can You Tango? (Part Four)

The past three posts looked at ways to improve the sharing and transfer of knowledge within organizations. This post wraps up the series, stepping back to view the situation through the lens of integrating organizational learning and knowledge...

Jim Taggart

Jim Taggart

4/11/2018 · 3 min read · ~10
Building Organizational Know-How: How to Transfer Knowledge (Part Three)

Building Organizational Know-How: How to Transfer Knowledge (Part Three)

The second post in this series looked at internal team knowledge transfer”. This involves conducting a post-project completion debrief, and where the knowledge generated is intended for retention within the team. The U.S. Army’s After Action...

Tangela Serls

Tangela Serls

As an educator, finding the best, most appropriate means of sharing information is absolutely crucial! Not everyone learns the same way, so being adaptable, open to change, and eager is important. I think, when sharing information, it's also important to consider what is more beneficial: conveying a larger quantity of information in a set amount of time or ensuring that each individual understands the same, smaller amount of information by the end.

6/11/2018
Jim Taggart

Jim Taggart

29/10/2018 · 3 min read · ~10
After Action Reviews: How To Transfer Knowledge within Your Team (Part Two)

After Action Reviews: How To Transfer Knowledge within Your Team (Part Two)

The introduction to this series noted there are a variety of ways to transfer and retain critical corporate knowledge. The challenge is to determine which methods are most suitable to your situation. In this post, we’ll look at what are called...

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