Posts Categorized: The Wiseman Group

Entrepreneurs Thrive On The Learning Curve

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By Martin Zwilling

This article was originally posted in Forbes and published October 28, 2014.

“In today’s fast moving world of business startups, learning trumps knowing every time. What established businesses know through experience keeps them from looking for the new and innovative ways to do what they do better, cheaper, and faster. I’m convinced that’s why most mature companies are slowing down or buying their innovation through acquisition, rather than building it.

In her new book, “Rookie Smarts,” Liz Wiseman, one of the top thought leaders in business, amplifies this point as it relates to hiring and cultivating the … Read the rest

How Rookies Stay Relevant

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By Kare Anderson

This article was originally posted in The Huffington Post and published October 20, 2014.

“What’s it take to stay relevant in work today? That often cited and disputed study made famous by Malcolm Gladwell, it takes 10,000 hours to achieve mastery, is based on a study that covered those whose skills required repeated practice – surgeons, violinists, and athletes — notes Rookie Smarts author Liz Wiseman. Yet, to work and live well in our rapidly evolving and connected world we must be perpetual learners not proficient repeaters of skills.
In fact, business author, Josh Kaufman, audaciously claims … Read the rest

Why Become a Perpetual Rookie?

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By Kare Anderson

This article was originally posted in Forbes and published October 17, 2014.

“What’s it take to stay relevant in work today? That often cited and disputed study made famous by Malcolm Gladwell, it takes 10,000 hours to achieve mastery, is based on a study that covered those whose skills required repeated practice – surgeons, violinists, and athletes — notes Rookie Smarts author Liz Wiseman. Yet, to work and live well in our rapidly evolving and connected world we must be perpetual learners not proficient repeaters of skills.
In fact, business author, Josh Kaufman, audaciously claims most careers … Read the rest

Stanford University Podcast: The Power of Not Knowing

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This interview was originally posted at Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner and published October 8, 2014.

Author and leadership educator Liz Wiseman shares why cultivating a “rookie mindset” is an advantage in a rapidly changing world. Wiseman presents insights from her books, Rookie Smarts and Multipliers, including frameworks and techniques for how entrepreneurs, leaders and employees can embrace a life of constant learning and build a passion for multiplying the genius of those around them.

To listen to the podcast, please visit the Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner.

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Why You Need Rookies On Your Team

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By Liz Wiseman
This is an excerpt from the Harvard Business Review and was originally published October 2, 2014.

Hiring managers often view newcomers to their organizations as not only long-term assets but also short-term burdens: people who need to be inducted, trained, and given lighter loads as they get up to speed, inevitably slowing everyone else down.

But that doesn’t have to be the case. In my research studying how inexperienced people tackle tough challenges, I’ve consistently found that rookies (whether they are freshly minted university graduates or experienced professionals coming from other organizations or functions) are surprisingly strong … Read the rest

The Accidental Diminisher Poster Download

Over the past several months we have received an incredible amount of interest surrounding the Accidental Diminisher Infographic. People want to know where they can get a copy to print and hang on their office wall!

Click the link below to download and print the 11×17 Accidental Diminisher Poster.

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Download a PDF of the Accidental Diminisher Infographic Poster here.

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Liz Wiseman Recognized By Thinkers50 As Top Leadership Thinker

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Based on the original thinking and rigorous research behind Multipliers and The Wiseman Group, Liz Wiseman has been listed on the Thinkers50 rankings and named one of the Top 10 Leadership Thinkers in the world!

We sincerely want to thank everyone who took the time to vote for Liz Wiseman and Multipliers. This would not have been made possible without your support and enthusiasm sharing these ideas.

The Wiseman Group would also like to congratulate Clay Christensen, who ranked as the #1 management thinker in 2011 and again in 2013. We are proud to have some of his great … Read the rest

How To Play To Others’ Intelligence

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Click this link to read ‘How To Play To Others’ Intelligence‘, an interview with Liz Wiseman featured in the Washington Post.

Liz Wiseman discusses her management theories with Tom Fox, a guest writer for On Leadership and vice president for leadership and innovation at the nonprofit Partnership for Public Service. Fox also heads up their Center for Government Leadership.

Take a Job You Aren’t Qualified For

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Have you ever turned down a job because you believed you may not be qualified for it?

Read Liz Wiseman’s new blog Take A Job You Aren’t Qualified For and add some tools to your job searching tool belt. Discover how stepping out of your comfort zone can lead to exhilarating growing opportunities.

Published on mariashriver.com, a place for inspirational stories from architects of change.

Thinkers50: Vote for Liz Wiseman

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The Wiseman Group is proud to announce that Liz Wiseman, our President, has officially been nominated for Thinkers50 Top Management Thinker of 2013. Launched in 2001, the Thinkers50 list is now the premier global ranking of management thinkers.

***UPDATE***

October 3rd, 2013

Liz Wiseman has officially made the shortlist of Thinkers50 nominees!

To view the shortlist of Thinkers50 nominnees click here.

To learn more about Liz Wiseman click here.

Thank you for your continued support!