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Stop Promoting Functional Experts To Management

Hey – wake up! If you run a business or are responsible for running a division or department of a company listen up. You’re doing it wrong! You keep promoting the people who are good at the “function” of a job into… Continue Reading →

People Are Tough To Manage Because of Pi | Some of you will get that…

I subscribe to a lot of email newsletters. You’re welcome. One that I always look forward to getting is one by Bri Williams who hails from down under and who’s company People Patterns focuses on the psychology/behavioral science side of… Continue Reading →

Calling BS on The Experts In Engagement, Motivation and Rewards

“Want to reinforce someone else’s behavior? For learning new behaviors, use the fixed-internal and fixed-ratio schedules. (When it comes to maintaining behaviors, the variable-ratio schedule is most effective.)” What a load of crap! And that was an expert on a… Continue Reading →

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