By Oleh Koropenko June 26th, 2018 “Guest blogging is done.” This statement made in 2014 by the-then-head of Google Web Spam Team, Matt Cutts, caused a lot of controversy at the time. Was Google about to start penalizing those who engaged in the practice? Could suddenly guest posting cause you more harm than good? … Continue reading Is Ditching Guest Posting The Right Choice?
by Dave Brock July 3, 2016 Follow @davidabrockJuly 3, 2016 There is no doubt the performance planning and review process in most organizations is broken. Too often, it’s a meaningless annual exercise of managers and their people filling out forms, having “the conversation” then going back to their real work. Too often, the review process … Continue reading Ditching The Performance Review! Another Look
Dave BrockFebruary 26, 2015 I was astounded to read “Let’s Kill The Performance Review” by Liz Ryan. I agree with many of the things she states. The majority of performance review/performance management systems in companies are broken–or at least dysfunctional. It consumes too much unproductive time, with unclear benefit. It’s not a necessary process for … Continue reading Ditching The Performance Review
“Don’t be evil” isn’t even Google’s actual mission statement. By Chris Gayomali “Don’t be evil” was never part of Google’s mission statement, but the motto has been something of a guiding light for the company as it expanded from a tiny search engine into a $380 billion firm specializing in everything from robotics to … Continue reading Google Didn’t Actually Say It Was Ditching “Don’t Be Evil”