Links for December 6 2009

You Can Only Lead the Horse by Amber Naslund on Altitude Branding

Leadership – What’s Love Got To Do With it? by Terry Starbucker on

Great CIOs ask good questions, what makes a great CIO by Mark McDonald on the Gartner Blog Network

Go Across the Table by Valeria Maltoni on Conversation Agent

Leadership Yoga: Innovation Advantages from Seeing Disadvantage by Rosabeth Moss Kanter on

Research in a petri dish: Learning from communities by Josh Bernoff on Groundswell

Would you have the courage to kill your “puppy”? by Martin Proulx on Analytical Mind

Mouth-watering marketing by Jim Connolly on Jim’s Marketing Blog

The Four Quadrants of Innovation: Disruptive vs Incremental by Hutch Carpenter on I’m Not Actually a Geek

Social Media: Anti-Social, Or An Opportunity For Influence? by Dave Fleet on

Attainable Requirements by Scott Sehlhorst on Tyner Blain

Innovating beyond the headlights by Jeffrey Phillips on Innovate on Purpose

Analysis by Amateurs: Nurturing Good Systems Analysts by Lou Mazzucchelli on The Cutter Blog | Debate Online

5 Solid Tips for Leaders & Managers by Steve Roesler on All Things Workplace

Cloud + proprietary software = ♥ by William Vambenepe

Managers Can (and Should) Be Leaders by Michael McKinney on Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog @ LeadershipNow

Creating Community by Rebecca Robinson on Mountain State University LeaderTalk

Two-Faced CIOs: Dr. Jekyll, Meet Mr. Hyde (a chief information officer needs an IT strategy to create IT alignment) by Dr Jim Anderson on The Accidental Successful CIO

Shared Expectations by Kim Cofino on always learning

How to Get the Right Information to Improve Performance by Steven Spear on

Success & Motivation: What Will You Remember When You are 90? by Mark Cuban on blog maverick

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