9 results for author: Bill Jensen


Hack Your Work. Now, More Than Ever

In 2010, Josh Klein and I were honored and humbled when Harvard Business Review called our book, Hacking Work, one of the Top Ten Breakthrough Ideas of that year. (With this link, you can download the first half of the book for free. Enjoy!) Now, ...
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Working Smarter: The Ultimate Approach

Just two tips cover EVERYTHING! There's an amazing community of Work Smarter authors and "How To" experts across the globe. But we're usually never in the same place at the same time. David Burkus, author of Under New Management, just did something no ...
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How to Blow Stuff Up at Work, and Win

It's never been more urgent for you to be a disruptive hero. Everything is changing so fast, that there are only two kinds of people in most workplaces: 1. Proactive disruptors, and 2.Victims who get disrupted. Be the former, not the latter. Some of us ...
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How Do You Define Success?

If there's one thing I've learned during three decades of change consulting and focusing leaders and managers on simplicity, it's this… People, and the companies they work for, have an uncanny habit of complicating really simple things — getting caught ...
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We Cannot Be Silent, Ever.

Our global conversations are growing more divisive, not less. Our towns and cities are witnessing more anger, not less. We must act. You. Me. All. And the first act is speaking out. Sixteen years ago, I had the privilege of listening to an amazing man ...
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The Day I Learned What Leadership Looks Like

It was the early '90s, before cell phone use had fully taken off. I was working on a project for PepsiCo — 10X, for ten times improvement in ten core processes. The work was based out of Boston, but both my client, Gavin, and I lived north and south of ...
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Working Smarter is Hard, Working Hard is Easier

Why do so many of your teammates work so hard, instead of working smarter? (…Of course not you! Never you!) One would think that with all the stress, overload, disruptions, disengagement, and corporate craziness, by now we’d all be taking the easiest ...
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The Most Crucial Future of Work: AI Measure

For decades, I have studied the impact of technology on the future of work. In my 2001 book, Work 2.0, I found that the future of work would be driven by our ability to deliver MyWorkMyWay — tailored and deeply personalized info-flows and learning to each ...
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Why HR is Losing Culture

Peter Drucker's wisdom is still profoundly important: "Culture eats strategy for breakfast." But what drives culture? Who owns it? Culture is made up of shared vision, values and beliefs, norms, language, stories and narratives, and the people, places, ...
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