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- Real Leaders: Abraham Lincoln and the Power of Emotional Discipline - In 1863, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln wrote a scathing letter to his top Union general, who had squandered a chance to end the Civil War. Then Lincoln folded it up and tucked it away in his desk. He never sent it. Lincoln understood that the first action that comes to mind is often counter-productive.
- SIX STARTUP DISCIPLINES FOR CHALLENGING TIMES - Here's a list of disciplines that are going to become very important during this challenging period:
- Transparent communication
- Gauging customer health
- Moving from annual planning to quarterly or monthly planning
- Runway elongation
- Novel forms of demand generation
- Social Distancing: 15 Ideas for How to Stay Sane - Social distancing can help keep you healthy, but it might drive you crazy. My goal is to give you interesting ideas for how you can stay sane (and maybe even learn something) during social isolation.
- Yes, that meeting could have been an email - As the novel coronavirus pandemic has sent employees home en masse, organizations have changed where they work, but not how they work. Consider this, did you really need to meet?
- Rethink Your Relationship with Your Vendors - There are several things business leaders can do to improve their vendor management practices in the new gig economy, including:
- Develop a systematic selection process and treat negotiations as a win-win
- Treat your vendors like employees
- Develop and track metrics
- Cybersecurity Vendors Offer Free Products To Help Organisations As Employees Work From Home - Everyone is trying to do their part, here's some offerings to keep your business safe. And here are some more UPDATED: Get Your Free Cybersecurity Tech To Cope With Your Coronavirus Chaos.