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A previous post considered bad apples. This post shifts to flawed barrels as the root of dysfunctional workgroups. Some of the most common barrel flaws are cliques, indifference, and leadership lapses. A regular complaint from workgroups describes barriers. People have … Continue reading

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In his article on Barak Obama in Vanity Fair, Michael Lewis noted that Obama had reduced the number of nonessential decisions in his life. The President makes decisions. Lots of decisions. With an assumption that a person has a capacity … Continue reading

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