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59Change the BoxChange the box; don't take "black box" processes as a given200302/27/200602/13/2023STCStoryYesMaleProcess Mgmt1) What process steps will you change in your current or next pro
58Don't Bet Against the NetworkDon't bet against the network200302/27/200602/13/2023STCStoryYesMaleStrategy1) Are Internet connections changing fast enough to wait? How do
291The Big RocksTo be strategic, you need to put the big rocks in first201007/04/201109/27/2022NetHopeStoryYesFemaleStrategy1) What are the Big Rocks in your department? in your organizatio
368RetiringIt's never over till it's over201607/23/201602/08/2024IFRCStoryYesMaleGoals,Values1) How do you view your work? Is it just a job, or is there more?
10The Conservation of TypingDon't forget that computing is about taking work out of the system!198202/27/200602/13/2023IDCStoryYesMaleProject Mgmt1) How can you take work out of your latest project? 2) What piec
62Giving Back is StrategicPhilanthropy is more than citizenship or retention; it's strategic development200402/27/200602/13/2023STCStoryYesFemaleStrategy1) How are you helping to create meaning for your team? 2) What d
134Fail FastFail your way to success199505/05/200611/22/2023HPMDStoryYesMaleStrategy,Innovation1) What does it mean to have a portfolio of experiments? 2) How c
247The Bump Into FactorPut the new in the middle of the path200206/02/200810/27/2023STCStoryYesFemaleCommunication1) What is the one thing you want everyone on your team to know?
20The End of CodingFeature freeze, or the point at which all required features has been added to the system, is the mid-point of the development cycle, not the end-point198702/27/200602/13/2023DBCStoryYesFemaleProject Mgmt1) What are the steps required to launch new software in your org
40The Dinner InvitationA project is a partnership is a relationship200002/27/200602/13/2023St. FrancisStoryYesFemaleProject Mgmt1) What would indicate customer delight for your customers? 2) Ha
388The Young NavigatorTranslate into your audiences' frames of reference196209/23/201610/27/2023West BabylonStoryYesFemaleCommunication1) has this new situation happened before? 2) Is this like someth
288The Frog and the TrainIf you don't move, you get hit by the train200912/21/200911/21/2016STCStoryYesFemaleChange Mgmt,Strategy1) What would you do: Call a train a train? Look before you leap?
143Bowling and CurtainsWith a good scoreboard, you don't need feedback from a manager198305/08/200610/27/2023IDCStoryYesFemalePeople Mgmt,Measurement1) How close is the game of bowling to doing projects or other wo
3Draw a PictureWhen it comes to strategy, a picture is worth a thousand words196911/20/201602/13/2023SmithtownStoryYesMaleStrategy1) Can you draw a one-page picture to represent your company's or
426Boi CavaloPush the edge and watch your customers react201611/03/201611/20/2023SabbaticalStoryYesFemaleStrategy,Innovation1) What are the risks of testing new things on your customers? Wh
296The TruckOur #1 goal as nonprofit IT people is to move our missions forward200807/04/201110/27/2023NetHopeStoryYesFemaleVision1) Can you state how each of your projects contributes to the mis
85House Calls For Kids ShoesExceptional service becomes legendary, it gets retold and retold and retold.198602/27/200610/27/2023DBCStoryYesFemaleService1) Are there any businesses or services for which you are a custo
51That Was a Good MeetingWithout specific action items, the meeting was a waste of time.200102/27/200602/13/2023STCStoryYesFemaleProcess Mgmt1) What was the worst meeting you ever attended? Why? 2) What was
1011,008 RejectionsPersistence pays199803/09/200611/20/2023HPMDStoryYesFemaleChange Mgmt,People Mgmt,Quality,Persistence1. How do you feel after a failure? What do you do about it? 2. D
342Morning StarKnow where your true north is and you will never be lost201605/03/201610/27/2023IFRCStoryYesFemaleValues1) Have you sometimes lost your way and were worried which way to
48The Secret to SuccessThe secret to success is getting started.200011/20/201611/21/2016STCStoryYesFemaleStrategy1) How would you describe your company's or department's strategy
5Assemble the ComponentsAssembly is easier and faster than creating from scratch197802/27/200610/19/2023FBCStoryYesMaleProject Mgmt1) How can you break large problems into smaller parts? 2) In wha
8Time, Process and PeopleThe tighter the time frame the less concern for process and people198102/27/200602/13/2023IDCStoryYesFemaleLeadership1) Can you point to examples where tight deadlines lost the team?
14The Wine BetAn audacious goal is powerful198502/27/200602/13/2023IDCStoryYesMalePeople Mgmt1) When are the times your team rose to the challenge of an audac
28Tell Me Three ThingsA problem is a learning experience199202/27/200602/13/2023SharkStoryYesFemalePeople Mgmt1) What is the attitude in your team when problems occur? 2) What
55Legacy Systems: Fish or Cut BaitLegacy systems mean falling behind200202/27/200602/08/2024STCStoryYesFemaleStrategy1) Which of your organization's systems are holding you back? 2)
21The Catered LunchTeam selected awards can be simple, inexpensive and powerful198902/27/200602/13/2023DBCStoryYesFemalePeople Mgmt1) Would your organization allow such an award? Would you ask, or
27No Problem Identification Without RecommendationNo problem identification without recommendation199202/27/200602/13/2023SharkStoryYesFemalePeople Mgmt1) What complain mode script have you heard regularly? 2) How wou
155ClipboardsWatching people use the technology is worth a thousand spec's199506/17/200611/20/2016HPMDStoryYesFemaleProject Mgmt,Service,Design1) What users have you asked to observe doing their jobs? 2) How

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