One of the sharpest guys publishing stuff on project management and process engineering on the Internet is Timothy L. Johnson over on Carpe Factum (Seize the Accomplishment!). He writes some pretty good books too, especially “GUST: The ‘Tale’ Wind of Office Politics” – one of the few books out there that offers an approach to understanding and working with office politics.
Timothy is moving some of his content around between blogs and, in going through the articles, found many that he thought were the answer to every problem in the world but just got no traction. He challenged me to come up with my most “under-appreciated” content here on Cube Rules.
The question is this: If I could select my top 5-10 posts which received little to no attention, what would they be? So here are my top 5 never-been-commented-on-but-should-have blog posts (in no particular order):
I’ll challenge five other writers of my “must-read” career management blogs to do the same: Stephen Hopson of Adversity University Blog, Kristen King of Biz Chicks Rule, Cali and Jody writing about Results Oriented Work Environments (ROWE) on Cali and Jody, Anita Bruzzese of 45 Things, and Rebecca Thorman of Modite – modern urbanite. What are your most under-appreciated posts?
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