The One Minute Manager, was written more than 25 years ago. Pause for a moment and think about the changes in the world in the past 25 years. It is a bit mind boggling when you consider the depth and complexity of transformation to our everyday lives. The world has changed and the world of work has certainly changed with it.
There are six categories we can glance at that tell the story pretty well:
While it’s easy to get distracted by our crumbling economy and day-to-day concerns, we shouldn’t lose track of the bigger picture.
Ah, September. End of summer. Back to school. And, of course, back to work. But this week, instead of the typical practical DLandroid24 advice, I’d like to reflect on a more lofty subject. (Don’t be frightened. In the next DL24 column, I’ll bring it back down to earth with “The Art of E-Mail.”)
Now that employers have the power, brace yourself for a tougher screening process.
I am not facing the person the recruiter told me I would meet. I am not even in the right department. And this is not how I imagined conducting myself as a high-powered executive on an interview. The hiring manager asks, “Do you know what job you’re interviewing for?” I answer, “No.” He then explains what the company does, something having to do