Most Popular Links on Management Sub-Reddit in 2015

Posted on December 15, 2015  Comments (1)

I created the management sub-reddit many years ago. The management sub-reddit provides links to worthwhile management content and the members indicate those links they liked. Here is a list of the most popular links added in the last year.

  1. People Don’t Fail, Processes Do by Terry Smith on The Lean Post
  2. The common objection to seniority pay is, “It’s rewarding dead wood!” My response is, “Why do you hire dead wood? Or why do you hire live wood and kill it?” – Peter Scholtes by John Hunter on The W. Edwards Deming Institute Blog
  3. If you adopt only one agile practice, let it be retrospectives. Everything else will follow. by Woody Zuill on the Mob Programing blog
  4. People who believe they can manage everything often prove themselves capable of managing nothing. by Henry Mintzberg on his blog.
  5. Culture is what culture does. Culture isn’t what you intend it to be. by David Heinemeier Hansson on Signal v. Noise
  6. Lean Knowledge Work by Bradley Staats and David Upton on Harvard Business Review
  7. The more you learn and the more you improve, the more you understand how far away perfection really is. by Kevin Meyer on the Gemba Academy blog
  8. Working at Netflix by Brendan Gregg on his blog
  9. Hospitals Can’t Improve Without Better Management Systems by John Toussaint on Harvard Business Review
  10. Seven Agile Best Practices by Esther Derby on her blog.
  11. The Aim Should be the Best Life – Not Work v. Life Balance by John Hunter on the Curious Cat Management Improvement Blog (this blog, obviously)
  12. Don’t “Defeat” Your Customers (and Yourself) by Jim Womack on Planet Lean
view of Borobudur temple with hills in the background

Photo by John Hunter of Borobudur temple in Indonesia.

It isn’t like “most popular” is some important ranking; but it does seem likely the links that many people in the community liked will be of interest to many of the readers of this blog.

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