Most Popular Links on Management Sub-Reddit in 2016

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

  1. Unintuitive Things I’ve Learned about Management by Julie Zhuo on Medium
  2. Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful by Gabriel Weinberg on Medium
  3. How to Lead From Any Level In the Organization on the Aileron blog.
  4. Five Lean Myths and the Reality of Thinking Lean by Jeffrey Liker on the Leadership Network.
  5. And it’s gone —The true cost of interruptions by Gabriela Motroc on Jaxenter.
  6. Why ‘Modern’ Work Culture Makes People So Miserable by Jeffrey Pfeffer on his blog.
  7. Managers Are Not Non-Leaders: Managers Need to Practice Things We Classify as Leadership Traits by John Hunter on the Curious Cat Management Improvement blog (this blog obviously)
  8. A Minimum Viable Product Is Not a Product, It’s a Process By Yevgeniy (Jim) Brikman on the ycombinator blog
  9. For Continuous Improvement, Think Like a Child by Jon Miller on the Gemba Academy blog.
  10. Myth: If You Can’t Measure It, You Can’t Manage It by John Hunter on The W. Edwards Deming Institute blog.
  11. The Tesla Way vs. The Toyota Way by Mark Donovan and James Womack on Lean Post.
  12. How Personal Kanban Changed My Life by Katrina Coker on Leading Agile.

“Most popular” is not necessarily an indication of the best content; 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.

Related: Most Popular Links on Management Sub-Reddit in 2015

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