Tag: Motivation

How geek leaders lead

Glen, P. 2003. Leading Geeks. Jossey-Bass. (Ch. 12. How Geek Leaders Lead. p. 221-246). They seek to harmonize the content and context of geekwork. They strive to build coherence among the environment, the work, the culture, and the approaches to

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Manager un équipe de projet : Pilotage – Enjeux – Performance

Picq, T. 1999. Manager une équipe de projet. Pilotage – Enjeux – Performance. Éd. d’Organisation. Introduction Gestion de projet Approche classique, l’accent est mis sur les outils et méthodes de structuration. Le management de projet Considération de la dimension humaines manquante à

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Knowledge, Creativity and Innovation

Gurteen, David, 1998, Knowledge, Creativity and Innovation, Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 5-13 Knowledge management needs to fundamentally focus on creativity and innovation. Information and knowledge Knowledge is about know-how and know-why. The cake metaphor Data:

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Switch: How to Change when Change is Hard

Definitions Growth mindset Believe that abilities are like muscles, they can be built up with practice. They tend to accept more challenges despite the risk for failure and accept criticism more readily.  (Dweck) Fixed mindset Believe that their abilities are

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Appraisal: An individual psychological perspective

Fletcher, Clive (2002). “Appraisal: An Individual Psychological Perspective” in Psychological Management of Individual Performance, John Wiley & Sons, p. 115-133. Psychological analysis of the role of motivation, personality and interpersonal relationships in PA. Appraiser and Appraisee behavior and the relationship

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