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.
- Unintuitive Things I’ve Learned about Management by Julie Zhuo on Medium
- Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful by Gabriel Weinberg on Medium
- How to Lead From Any Level In the Organization on the Aileron blog.
- Five Lean Myths and the Reality of Thinking Lean by Jeffrey Liker on the Leadership Network.
- And it’s gone —The true cost of interruptions by Gabriela Motroc on Jaxenter.
- Why ‘Modern’ Work Culture Makes People So Miserable by Jeffrey Pfeffer on his blog.
- 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)
- A Minimum Viable Product Is Not a Product, It’s a Process By Yevgeniy (Jim) Brikman on the ycombinator blog
- For Continuous Improvement, Think Like a Child by Jon Miller on the Gemba Academy blog.
- Myth: If You Can’t Measure It, You Can’t Manage It by John Hunter on The W. Edwards Deming Institute blog.
- The Tesla Way vs. The Toyota Way by Mark Donovan and James Womack on Lean Post.
- 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