Tag Archives: Management Articles

Management Articles, Posts…

Reddit is a web site that ranks web pages by user votes. If you login and vote yourself they will develop a pattern of what you like and can show you a list of the pages you are likely to enjoy. I believe this is done by matching your likes and dislikes with others. When showing you a list of recommended links it gives some importance to up votes by anyone and more priority to up votes by those that have shown a tendency to like what you do.

I have recently setup a management sub-reddit (a distinct topic-focused-area on the management improvement topics covered in this blog). If you sign up you can not only vote on the links displayed but add new links (that then will be voted on by others). I think Reddit does a very good job of using social aspects of the internet to provide recommendations that are worthwhile (I have used the site for years). The success of this management subreddit depends on reaching a critical mass of users. So I encourage you to give it a try and vote on links you enjoy and add new articles, web sites, blog posts… The benefit of this subreddit will grow as we grow the number of participants.

I have also recently added a page to johnhunter.com with links to my online presence on various sites (such as: StumbleUpon, Kiva, LinkedIn…).

Related: Dell, Reddit and Customer FocusCurious Cat Management Improvement SearchCurious Cat Management Improvement Library

Not Innovation but Still Interesting

10 years of the most innovative ideas in business in not packed with ideas on innovation: it was obviously titled by someone hoping to catch the interest of those following the innovation fad. Still it has interesting stories originally published in Fast Company, including:

How to Give Good Feedback [the broken link was removed] by Seth Godin
The Accidental Guru (on Malcolm Gladwell) by Danielle Sacks
Built to Flip [the broken link was removed] by Jim Collins
A Design for Living by Linda Tischler
and Join the Circus by Linda Tischler

The last one is about Cirque de Soleil which is an innovator (though even in this case it seems better might be more apt than different but maybe I am being too stingy). Read more blog posts on innovation.