Why would I even think about looking at someone else? The New Rules for Success. Competing for the Future. The Fates of Human Societies. Tools for Talking When Stakes are High. Clearly, that would be both boring and depressing. I confronted [a boss] about him throwing me under the bus.
1 Corinthians and the No Asshole Rule
Bubbles in the Sun Part But, in Ontario, there is now hope around the corner. But it took me years to returned to writing about the asshole problem again. It focused on building civilized workplaces. What can I say about a book that so clearly describes the consequences of working with nasty people? And the book shows how to build organizations that screen-out, reform, and banish these bullies and demeaning bitches and bastards. It was amazing how, no matter what the topic, how within 3 minutes, every conversation with that boss always became conversation about what a successful and impressive person he was and all the people who admired him and his work.
The No Asshole Rule: Part 2 | HuffPost
I thought of those old conversations when I got this amazing note the other day this is the same one that inspired me to do my last post on the Atilla the Manager cartoon:. I am barely scratching the surface, there is so much wisdom here, and it is all so fun. What do you think of his analysis? The National Book Review. I could go on for pages about these stories. The players were puzzled by some of their coach's idiosyncrasies. The Social Psychology of Organizing.
Are you succeeding because the peer culture among your followers is hiding or offsetting your deep flaws? The Asshole Survival Guide: Two nations, divided by a common language. The Monk and the Riddle: Sure, Sutton will sell a laxative of books with his sleazy title, but why slander that vital organ of our body? This post completes a cycle that was started back in in when Diego Rodriguez of IDEO and Metacool fame convinced me to give this new fangled blogging thing a try.