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Theory of Relativity

Let's make a bias we're all suffering from more explicit.

Customer Friction

What lessons can you learn from the onboarding Best Buy's CEO arranged for himself?

Time

Time is a crucial part of making fine wine. But also in running your organization.

Shut Up

Stop talking.

The Tech Executive Operating System

A special celebratory episode: The Tech Executive Operating System is coming out this week!

Knee-Jerk Reactions

What did you just say?

Slam Dunks

Too many slam dunks are not always a good thing.

Why Didn't the Dogs Bark?

Sometimes, the root cause just isn't enough…

Investing in Yourself

Are you investing in your most important asset?

Holding Your Breath

What have you been waiting for?

Taking the Lead

You have to take the lead to be a leader.

Letting Go

For effective self-growth, you have to make sure that you know how to let go.

Advantageous Constraints

Sometimes, all you to break out of the box is a better definition of that box.

Reluctant Delegation

"How are you doing?" "Busy busy busy" — If that's your default response, this episode is for you.

Coders Without Borders

You want to amass technical assets rather than be consumed with handling your tech debt.

Bursting Leadership Bubbles

Are your views and ideas constantly challenged, or are you surrounded by people who cannot help but think the same or are afraid of speaking up? Burst out of your bubble.

Serendipity Lubrication

What can you do to increase the chances of serendipity happening and increase your executive leverage?

Filling the Void

What voids are being formed around you, why your team is sometimes like sponges, why your management team is on the catwalk, and what's the law of culture accumulation?

Infatuation with Ingenuity

Are you being clever just because you feel like it?

The Overpowering R&D Organization

Sometimes, we have more power than we realize, and we abuse it.

Learning in the Open

What can a group of strangers who speak different languages teach us about collaboratively accelerating learning?

Organizational Smells

How can you quickly spot issues in your organization? Organizational smells are like coding smells for executives.

Senior Engineers

Seniority's not merely about technical proficiency.

Drawing the Line

Sometimes, you have to draw a line. Other times, you should move on. Which is which?

Self Fulfilling Prophecies

Sometimes, merely preparing for the worst is actually setting your team up for it.

Level of Coaching

Are you practicing coaching at the right levels of your organization?

Against Executive Quarantine

Are you too going into executive lockdown? Stop it!

Hackathons are a Hack

Are you content with your once a quarter hackathon that you post on social media? You shouldn't be.

Committing to Committing

You may have promised something, but did you promise to follow-through?

The Goldilocks Gravity

Are you too gravitating towards a Goldilocks kind of thinking?