For example, while working at Tait and previous roles I steadily climbed the corporate ladder, gained clout, responsibilities, and enjoyed the success of projects. Surely this came with the price tag of accountability and personal availability. There is no free lunch. However, my point is, it was my choice. Several times during my career I made a case why it was good for the business to implement a change that was also good for me.
Which ways can you go?
was her first question. She put my answers each on a sheet of paper. These were for me:
- “start own business”,
- “take a similar job with another organisation”, and
- “go contracting”
She put the paper on the floor and made me stand on one of my choosing.
eliminating established hierarchy (that is multiple levels of top-down management) frees people from working for their boss to working for the company goals.
Ilya goes on and describes a set very practical approaches and steps. His achievement is a company
- people loved working for
- enjoyed reduced costs
- increased customer satisfaction and
- improved quality of work
For the past 2 months Susani and I have been searching for a new place to live. After 10 years at the beautiful Waikuku Beach.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for my blog. And this is the perfect time to say Thank You!
It was a very enjoyable time for me writing those musing most of the time. I got into a habit early in 2012 writing a post every week. This went fine until we went onto a holiday break in late August. Some stop start happened from there. Surprisingly that initiated my most successful month: November 2012.
My average monthly readership tripled from 300 to 913! Thank you so much 🙂
From there I kept a bit of a watch and even more exciting I met a few people who were reading and enjoying it. That was simply great!
I loved it because they were “do this” things and “we do this” statements. They were positive and encouraging. I translated them for a business (team) context:
It’s been more than a week since my last post and I feel a bit bad about it. But just a bit. I’ve been on a workshop the past 4 days. Well, nothing too exciting about that, you may say, we all go on workshops all the time.