Monthly Archives: August 2011

Make Feedback Immediate, Public, and Nonjudgmental

The June 2011 issue of Wired Magazine had a terrific article on the power of feedback loops[i].  As the key example, the author, Thomas Goetz, pointed to the use of the “Your Speed” signs that have been around since about … Continue reading

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Advisor / Evaluator. An ineffective combination.

I spent eleven years of my career with an esteemed global audit and advisory firm.  Those two words, audit and advisory make terrible bed fellows even just conceptually.  (Before I continue, I am very grateful for my experiences and accomplishments … Continue reading

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