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Weekly Wins 2018-05-21

Posted on May 21st, 2018

  • Completed graduation activities for my company’s executive development program, including intriguing discussions with senior executives and a powerful graduation ceremony featuring words of wisdom from all the participants and many of their managers.
  • From above, received numerous compliments on my graduation speech (note: these were 2-3 minute micro speeches).
  • Enjoyed a date night and conversation at Lucas Oil to see Indy Eleven.
  • Brought our dogs to friends’ place for their doggy birthday party, and they played nicely and hilariously
  • Enjoyed time with some of our other friends, including numerous rounds of their kids playing dress-up dance party (e.g. I’m a Princess of the Far Snow”, which naturally had to come with lots of set-dressing for the room).

How is it that two people delivering the same value to organizational outcomes, in the same role at the same pay, can have a massively different value to the organization itself?”

The answer is friction”: how much managing we need in order produce those outcomes.

Posted on March 30th, 2018

Todd Grotenhuis

Professionally an Information Security Specialist, Politically an Abolitionist, Theologically an Anabaptist