I’m Showing My Work … My Next Book Is Postponed

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In her book, Show Your Work, Jane Bozarth encourages us to work in the open. On the topic, she recently wrote, “Working out loud takes us off autopilot and forces us to confront assumptions, bad habits, and prejudices. Helping others better articulate decisions helps them learn—and if we’re paying attention, we might learn something, too.” John Stepper […]

A 20-minute Talk About Collaborative Leadership

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Here’s a 20-minute talk of mine, delivered at the SAP Sapphire Now conference in Orlando, Florida in June, 2014 where I discuss the Flat Army model, interspersed with metaphors and stories. Dan’s Related Posts:Flat Army CSTD Keynote as ArtFlat Army Book Trailer (one minute)Great Work Interview – Flat Army & Michael Bungay StanierThe Simple Act […]

Great Work Interview – Flat Army & Michael Bungay Stanier

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I had the chance to sit down and be interviewed by Michael Bungay Stanier, Senior Partner of Box of Crayons, a company that helps organizations do less Good Work and more Great Work. I know, how cool is that tagline? Michael asked if he could interview me as part of his Great Work interview series. […]

A Review of “How To Be Interesting” While Sitting Beside a Drunk on an Airplane

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It wasn’t long into a trip from Vancouver to Washington, DC when my female seatmate asked the flight attendant for a glass of white wine. Departure time was 9:00am. AM = ante meridian or as I like to say, “aromatic meritage”. By 10:00am she was on her third glass and by half past the hour […]