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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

What’s the number one metric we should be measuring but can’t?

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(photo: There are many proactive ways to influence culture, and stories from the past are critical – Mid Life Celebration’s genesis revolves around a pregnant woman sitting on a chair in a movie scene.)

What’s the number one metric we should be measuring but can’t?

Culture.

Culture is what people think and do without thinking.

And what we accept by default becomes the standard.

This ought to scare the heck out of you if you’re in charge of culture.

How do we measure culture?

Experience your product for yourself and use your best judgement.

No?

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Life Transition (Dec 2014)

Maybe what we are doing as leaders doesn’t matter (at all)

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(photo: Old middle school scoreboard… may never be used again)

Many things to measure as a leader to influence prioritized decision making.

Some things we measure will never matter.

And some things we can’t measure may be the only things that matter.

Good luck leaders.

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The paradox of measurement and significance

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Going from managing things to leading people

 

The paradox of measurement and significance:

Many of the things you can count, don’t count. Many of the things you can’t count really count. – Einstein

There are great measurements, like hours worked at a place, for example, that can prove someone worked hard all week.

There are great measurements, like results, that can prove someone was effective regardless of how many hours worked last week.

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jungle jeff’s Top Ten List

jungle jeff’s top ten list:

Today, my personal Leadership recipe:

  1. Vision – number one, it must be compelling, and impossible
  2. Passion – passion is unlike yeast, we need a ton of passion
  3. Communicationmore is better; daily
  4. Confidence – people love someone who believes “all the way”
  5. Structure – how great work gets done effectively, and quickly
  6. Teamworktogether, everyone achieves more
  7. Innovation –  fancy word for creativity; implementing creative ideas
  8. Measurement – you can’t improve what you don’t measure
  9. Results – this is why we are in business
  10. Fun – do what you love

Mix with courage, or, an indomitable will, and you have the opportunity to achieve what others say can’t be done.

Carpe diem, jungle jeff  🙂