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Tim Ragan
performance engineer | designing career, work team, & organizational tool kits for enhanced success in a turbulent world
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Tim Ragan 17h
Great survey on state of Free Agent, what drives him/her... as 14 year Free Agent I can confirm the "happiness" bit:
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Tim Ragan 20h
Managing trade-offs between hiring F/T employees or Free Agents is becoming a common challenge in all organizations:
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Tim Ragan 23h
Great pointers to make virtual teams work better. Hard to avoid, so we need to learn how to make them work better:
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Tim Ragan Jun 24
Cool tech to increase productivity, reduce interruptions. Would Flowlight work in your office, or just be ignored..?
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Tim Ragan Jun 24
Gee. We need both in our organizations to succeed, so everyone getting better at doing this seems a no-brainer...
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Tim Ragan Jun 24
Good 1st step before driving that "digital transformation" -- make sure your business model and mental model align:
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Tim Ragan Jun 24
Incredibly important, and generally misunderstood (hence my focus on tools for constructing high performance teams):
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Tim Ragan Jun 24
Definitely agree with author as to backwardness of recent IBM decision on remote working. It's here to stay....
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Tim Ragan Jun 23
Another interesting revolution in how things get made -- sneakers time-to-market down 77% from 18 to 4 months:
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Tim Ragan Jun 23
5 minute quiz to identify your level of "future-proof". We need our people, organizations to be more future-proof:
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Tim Ragan Jun 23
Love Eric's stuff -- . And if you like his posts, subscribe to his newsletter & buy his book -- it's a good read.
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Tim Ragan Jun 23
Troubling, not surprising: 53% believe "system not working for them", 33% not sure, only 15% believe it's working:
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Tim Ragan Jun 23
Automation, process improvements: 1,000 person steel mill in 60's managed by 14 people today. Impressive, scary:
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Tim Ragan Jun 19
An "unintended consequence" of the Free Agent Economy -- we weigh our actions in terms of our own morality & ethics:
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Tim Ragan Jun 19
2 good starting points for working to get handle on "the future" of your business space. Real point = Start. Now.
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Tim Ragan Jun 19
Good video short on how automation is weaving its way through our modern economy. Some sobering statistics included:
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Tim Ragan Jun 19
Great example: value of small experiments, learning loops, feedback, ongoing tweaking to achieve big breakthroughs:
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Tim Ragan Jun 19
We all know we can learn a lot from studying failure. This sounds like a wonderful museum -- I can't wait to visit!
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Tim Ragan Jun 19
OK, interesting. Now, can you help engineer a shape-shifting organization? That would be truly valuable (and a lot less creepy...).
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Tim Ragan Jun 6
Team Leaders out there, you might find this short article and some of the references useful to your work:
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