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Is Micromanagement Really That Bad? Making Sure the Task is Understood, Supervised and Accomplished

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By Ben Baran, Ph.D., Agility Analytics Practice Leader One of the courses I’ve taught to both graduate and undergraduate business students is “Managerial Skill Development.” And among other high-energy theatrics that I employ during our class meetings, I typically ask students to think about the best managers they’ve ever had and the worst managers they’ve […]

Keep Your People Informed

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By Ben Baran, Ph.D., Agility Analytics Practice Leader By nature, we humans continually seek to reduce the uncertainty and ambiguity around us. We’re all different to some degree, of course, but we generally like to know what to expect each day, and we like to have clarity about what’s going on. As a result, we’re […]

Be Technically and Tactically Proficient: A U.S. Navy Leadership Principle

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By Ben Baran, Ph.D., Agility Analytics Practice Leader One question I like to pose to leaders—current or aspiring—is, “Why would anyone follow you?” After some uncomfortable silence, a few possible reasons emerge, and they typically fall into a few categories. People generally follow other people who: Have legitimate authority due to their position or title, […]

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