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Frequently Asked Questions
Serendipity
You make a
decision for
others and you
may explain your
motivation. A
discussion about
it is neither
desired nor
assumed.
You make a
decision for
others but try to
convince them
that you made
the right choice,
and you help
them feel
involved.
You ask for input
first, which you
take it into
consideration
before making a
decision that
respects people’s
opinions.
You enter into a
discussion with
everyone
involved, and as
a group you
reach consensus
about the
decision.
You will offer
others your
opinion and hope
they listen to your
wise words, but it
will be their
decision, not
yours.
You first leave it
to the others to
decide, and
afterwards, you
ask them to
convince you of
the wisdom of
their decision.
You leave the
decision to them
and you don’t
even want to
know about
details that would
just clutter your
brain.
City X
Date X
Venue X
Food X
Topics X
Time schedule X
Fees X
Evening program X
Pre/post event X
Merit money X
My OKRs
- run 75 km per week (it was 30 km)
- run at least 10 km per day (it was 6 km)
- average running time < 55 min/10 ...
My OKRs
- run 75 km per week (it was 30 km) 44%
- run at least 10 km per day (it was 6 km) 100%
- average running time < 5...
My OKRs
- run 75 km per week (it was 30 km) 44%
- run at least 10 km per day (it was 6 km) 100%
- average running time < 5...
Book Expenses
Book Income
Hugging Time
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Jurgen Appelo
m30.me/happiness
@jurgenappelo
slideshare.net/jurgenappelo
noop.nl
linkedin.com/in/jurgenappelo
jurgen@noop.nl
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Management 3.0 Workout

  1. Frequently Asked Questions
  2. Serendipity
  3. You make a decision for others and you may explain your motivation. A discussion about it is neither desired nor assumed.
  4. You make a decision for others but try to convince them that you made the right choice, and you help them feel involved.
  5. You ask for input first, which you take it into consideration before making a decision that respects people’s opinions.
  6. You enter into a discussion with everyone involved, and as a group you reach consensus about the decision.
  7. You will offer others your opinion and hope they listen to your wise words, but it will be their decision, not yours.
  8. You first leave it to the others to decide, and afterwards, you ask them to convince you of the wisdom of their decision.
  9. You leave the decision to them and you don’t even want to know about details that would just clutter your brain.
  10. City X Date X Venue X Food X Topics X Time schedule X Fees X Evening program X Pre/post event X Merit money X
  11. My OKRs - run 75 km per week (it was 30 km) - run at least 10 km per day (it was 6 km) - average running time < 55 min/10 km - no pain in my back, legs, or feet
  12. My OKRs - run 75 km per week (it was 30 km) 44% - run at least 10 km per day (it was 6 km) 100% - average running time < 55 min/10 km 100% - no pain in my back, legs, or feet 75%
  13. My OKRs - run 75 km per week (it was 30 km) 44% - run at least 10 km per day (it was 6 km) 100% - average running time < 55 min/10 km 100% - no pain in my back, legs, or feet 75%
  14. Book Expenses
  15. Book Income
  16. Hugging Time
  17. Management 3.0 Workout Jurgen Appelo
  18. m30.me/happiness
  19. @jurgenappelo slideshare.net/jurgenappelo noop.nl linkedin.com/in/jurgenappelo jurgen@noop.nl
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