Poll results: How likely would you recommend your way of working to others?
Here are the results of the poll in Newsletter #2
How likely would you recommend your way of working to others?
6,2% (No chance at all)
13,5% (Not likely)
46,5% (Very likely)
Total votes: 266
What do you think about this distribution? What does it tell you? Why do you recommend your way of working? Or what would need to change? What makes your organization different or stand out? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments!
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Here's something that might interest many readers: a self-assessment to explore how self-managed your team actually is. As more and more companies experiment with self-management, it's good to understand whether you're exploring true self-management, or just a half-baked version of it.
"How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives. What we do with this hour, and that one, is what we are doing." This famous quote by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Dillard really hits the nail on its head. And as we spend most of our days at work, the work we do says a lot about the way we lead our lives.
Micromanagement is about as persistent as a pesky mosquito that you can never seem to swat away. It just keeps showing up, sometimes biting you on the leg, other times buzzing near your ear for no particular reason—and then flying away right before you can smack it. And with micromanagement being the default approach for scores of managers in the workforce, have you ever wondered how many employees out there actually enjoy micromanagement?