Scott Downs writes about six key lessons from the “Agile way of working,” which have brought big changes to the way he looks at leadership and organizational life. He sees these lessons as a way to “weave an Agile ethos with other strands of next-generation leadership thinking and practice.”
Networking for a job and working as part of a team once you get a job does not mean making speeches or manipulating others into recommending you for a position, or getting others to do their jobs or simply getting
What will your role with others be? Do you want to be managing, or planning, or supervising, or making decisions, or leading others, or doing technical work, or writing, or speaking and presenting. Dr. Sandy Marcus talks about finding long-term career success through truly envisioning your future.
Scott Downs, SASDI Senior Fellow, writes about what it takes to create excellent leadership.
Career Consultant Dr. Sandy Marcus, inspired by a large poster in a restaurant, writes a list about things we can do to build community here at Illinois Tech.
Lately I’ve been doing some critical reevaluation of my priorities across the professional, academic, and personal spheres, and that inventory and reflection process (still in progress) yielded some insights I thought worth sharing with you. The overarching theme, which will