"Meta Leadership" by J. Michael Stattelman

This book is focused on "Next Practices" over "Best Practices",proven effective, adaptable and evolutionary modeled after the hyper-competitive landscape the world has become. From CIO, CTO, Director, Supervisor, Manager, Program/Project manager, Architect, Engineer, Tech lead, Business Analyst, Test lead, Data scientist, Data modeler, DBA, Developer or Tester. Whether you work in Management, Analytics, Operations, Marketing, Software, Hardware, Networking, Accounting, Social Media, Help Desk, Sales, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, Retail, Food Service, Staffing or Compliance and want better. The strategies and tactics herein are proven to make things happen if you apply them. We will cover everything from end to end of what it takes to dramatically increase your competency as well as how to garner support and relentless execution . Such topics as latency, data ecosystems, real incentives versus typical raises. War gaming scenarios, The power of 3's, H.A.N.D.S. 360, A/B Testing, How to deal with the Agency Problem, How to run effective meetings, How to continuously get better and faster at decision making, as well as how to get your clients to enjoy paying you and spending more. There is no other text on the market that has the breadth as well as depth of actions for you to take to launch yourself, team, unit and organization forward TODAY, completely sustainable and portable for where ever your career takes you. Technology touches every industry and in a nightmarish paradox it changes at a faster rate than any other industry. You must accept that; you have to adapt with the changes or get left behind like so many once great organizations and the individuals that not only ran them into the ground but the "yes" men and women that were employed by them that allowed it to happen. Today's IT as well as business leaders have to account for digital disruption at rapidly approaching paranoia levels. No entity, organization or government is beyond its reach. Not manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, retail, construction, legal, transportation, military or even civil infrastructure.

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