Cite from the book The Fifth Discipline by Peter M. Senge.
Wise words about leadership by Mike Beedle.
Knowing is not telling. Major communication issue in our day to day interactions is the things "we" already know. Either it makes us bad listeners or it we simply assume, we have shared our knowledge with others already. Especially the assumption, that we have told others about what we have on our mind, is a reliable source of fierce disputes.
Many people are talking about agile today. Decreasing costs, increasing speed and quality, and the urge to empower employees to contribute their full work force to the growth and success of an organization. Even though there is a great side effect of agile.
The fox in "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry points at the responsibility we take for each other
Trust is like a paper – once it is crumbled it can’t be perfect again.
There is no certification for #agile, like there is no certification for #democracy. — Harald Dietrich (@haralddietrich) September 16, 2017
The amount of information is growing tremendously day by day. Any kind of knowledge is encapsulated in articles, blog posts, status updates, or tweets. No one can believe that mankind is getting that smart that wisdom is being derived from that information overload – even not in the future. So what are the factors we consider when we need to take decisions? When we try to do our best to comfort others? Where is the know how we would like to consider? Just because someone tells, it cannot be taken for granted. Do we really consider the eligibility? Be careful how you consume information, how you gather knowledge, how you…
For many topics, we are facing an overexposure of information today. Too much information stresses us. It leads to wrong decisions. When do we ask ourselves if we need all of this information? What do we gain? Information fasting can help us to take a step back and observe what (missing) information is doing to us. One day or one week without laptop and phone can do wonder. Just processing information. Wisdom we have to extract for ourselves. It is the essence of information, which never can be told to us. Removing all the overhead by distilling ideas and come to conclusions is the challenge for each of us nowadays.
Today I will do what others won’t and tomorrow I can do things that others can’t.
Communication leads to community, that is, to understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing.