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Ian Smith emphasizes the importance of asking the right questions and provides 50 right questions for every management team trying to scale a private company.

Peter Sackleh shares a concise post that identifies three root causes of poor productivity.

In this article, Ben Neivert addresses three critical concepts for leading a team, group, or enterprise: ownership, leadership, and management.

  Ava S. Butler shares the six characteristics of predictable surprises, from the book Predictable Surprises: The Disasters You Should Have Seen Coming and How to Prevent Them.

  In an age that increasingly calls for authenticity, Norman Chorn explains why leaders should not rely on their natural instincts during times of uncertainty.

Frank D. Trovato wields an axe at the confusion surrounding leadership and management. In this article he cuts straight through to the six steps that will improve both.

Dan Seewald explains how to overcome the problem of employees who are uninspired by their organizational leaders and cannot find a purpose in the work that they do.

Joerg Muenzing identifies the benefits of visual management tools and provides a few rules that ensure effective visual management.

Stefan Pap reveals how the quality and the techniques of good management can impact business.