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The Ice Bowl Was Self-Organized
1967 NFL Championship Game (aka “The Ice Bowl“). On the final drive of the game, Vince Lombardi, the greatest coach of anything, never called a play. In fact, when the final play of the game was about to be run, … Continue reading
Being Good Means Looking Bad
I’ve been coaching project managers in a large development program to start making visible any impediments they’re going to throw in each other’s way. They game we play for is everyone to see potential impediments ahead of time, and clear … Continue reading
When You Are Invited, Say Yes
Certainty of death. Small chance of success. What are we waiting for? … Continue reading
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That Which I Don’t Write Down Will Help Me
..when written music became the mode of transmission, intellectual command of the material became more important than the working experience of music: the sound relationship between the player and the listener. Interpretative and analytic chops took over from improvisation and presencing. The head took over from the heart. Continue reading
Transform Your Culture By Not Having One
Allow the culture to eat its lunch. Lunch is not what you’re in the game for. Cultivation is what you can control. Make your mission visible in your world, and practice, practice, practice. With time, commitment to your empowering mission will dissolve culture within the flow of value. Continue reading
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Jonathan Baldwin Turner – for those seeking to transform the world of work
Are you interested in “transforming the world of work”? If you are, what kind of commitment would it require? One of the creators of the industrial education movement in the United States had a level of commitment that transformed access to higher education for anyone who works. He spent decades agitating for his vision, and paid a huge personal price in the process. What became of his work was beyond what he could comprehend. Continue reading
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Hello there. I’m Jeff Lopez-Stuit, and this is my web site. Radoration is something I recently launched as a place for my work with helping companies improve their ability to improve. When you’re working with me, you’re working to enable your … Continue reading