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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged leadership

Your employees do not walk through the office door and automatically know what to do and how to do it. True, you hire employees for certain knowledge and skills, but those traits are fluid, depending on the organization through which they are applied. via Pocket

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Kevin: Good tips from Butch Ward about building a news environment. It is about creating new routines and I would say workflow.

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Kevin: Orange County Register editor Rob Curley highlights the message he gives to new hires. Truly understand readers needs and how they consume our stories plus truly understand relevance. "These values lead us to becoming 'essential.'"

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Kevin: A digital journalist looks at why newsrooms need digital people and shy they should be in leadership positions.

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Kevin: Mel Taylor Media writes about how Bill Marimow was re-assigned from being an editor at the Philadelphia newspaper to an investigative reporting position because he "did not have the background in digital media necessary to lead the paper going forward." Fascinating.

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Suw: In short: Theory X = people are all lazy buggers; Theory Y = people may be self-motivated. An old theory, but relevant to the busy/bursty view and Enterprise 1.0 vs Enterprise 2.0.

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