Links for November 15 2009

Skin In The Game by Chuck Musciano on The Effective CIO

Disposable people? A question raised in Cannes by Mark McDonald on The Gartner Blog Netwrok

The Little Rules of Action by Leo Babauta on Zen Habits

Fits and starts: staying “tech savvy” as a CIO by Peter Kretzman on CTO/CIO perspectives

Deal with Your Elephant in the Room by Mark Suster on CloudAve

The discipline to say “No,” even when times are tough by Tim Walker on Hoover’s Business Insight Zone

Five Signals You Should Make A Change by Steve Roesler on All Things Workplace

Life as a Playground: Creativity and Change by Cheri Baker on The Enlightened Manager

Stop thinking and start listening by Jeffrey Phillips on Thinking Faster

The why imperative by Seth Godin on Seth’s Blog

IT: It’s Not Just About Technical Skills by Mike Schaffner on Beyond Blinking Lights and Acronyms

Engage Employee Heart-Power — Not Just Brain-Power by Clif Reichard on HarvardBusiness.org

Does Transparency Lead To More Ethical Behavior? by Bas De Baar on UCSC Extension in Silicon Valley

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Just published – links for November 15 – Elephants, transparency, saying 'no', engagement and more – http://bit.ly/3qsAXT

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RT @ericdbrown Just published – links for November 15 – Elephants, transparency, saying 'no', engagement and more – http://bit.ly/3qsAXT

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#baot Reading: Links for November 15 2009 http://ow.ly/161Pr4

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RT @ericdbrown: Just published – links for November 15 – Elephants, transparency, saying 'no', engagement and more – http://bit.ly/3qsAXT

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thanks to @kevinmerritt and @rbrtstar for the RT of links for November 15 – http://bit.ly/3qsAXT

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