When one thinks about the Air Force (and sweet fighter jets!) this makes a ton of sense as a pilot – you observe enemy behavior around your own aircraft, you begin to orient your thoughts and your actions (and the actual craft), you decide to do whatever jet pilots decide to do, and then pull the trigger.
Have you ever taken a look at the “Wake and Sleep” settings under “Schedule” in the Energy Saver area of your preferences?
I just encountered it and I’ve seriously contemplated using it to normalize my engagement with my notebook computer…
Monitoring your employees to the point of death means that you’ve created a generally toxic environment that isn’t founded on a culture of organizational trust.
Of course most companies do not have explicit monitoring in and around their org but it doesn’t have to be explicit to be felt by employees.
I had fun with these 26 silly comics:
Meetings can be the most unproductive things that we dedicate our day and schedules to and yet we spend an inordinate amount of time in them.
And yet, despite everyone’s general agreement about this fact and reality we still spend a ton of time in them when a better philosophy and practice is desperately needed.