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My imperfect thoughts about the profession of management

My Pispective on Trust

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(A pispective is where you write about something in 314 words. Which doesn't include these words or the credit at the bottom) It's a safe bet that any big/open data article we read will mention trust. Everyone in the technology industry understands that trust is fundamental. But its one thing to talk trust and another to 'do'...
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My Pispective on Fear

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(A pispective is when you write about something using only 314 words. Which doesn't include these words or the credits at the bottom) We are a tempestuous lot. We are forever in turmoil. We create a lot of energy and excitement as we move through life. This helps explain why we create so much. And why we destroy...
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My Pispective on Professional Standards

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(A pispective is when you write about something in 314 words. Which doesn't count these words or the credits at the bottom) It's important to have standards. One sense of having a standard is to stand firm. In the sense of a battle. We plant our standard and defend it against all comers. That's a nice idea, but...
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My Pispective on Being Free from Care

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(A pispective is when you write about something in 314 words. Which doesn't include these words or the credits at the bottom) Security means being free from care. It is related to the words 'cure' and 'secret'. Security is something that, deep down, many of us yearn for. But it is also something that, deep down, many of...
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My Pispective on Managing by the Numbers

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(A pispective is when you write about something with only 314 words. Which doesn't include these. Or the credits at the bottom) Good decisions don't come easily. That is, effective decision making isn't something that just happens. And we all like to think we make effective decisions. But the sad truth is that too few of us do....
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