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This is a very interesting short report that has been posted by @Osinttechnical. There are a few insights on war and #leadership that we might gain from this summary, assuming the account from a 'Russian soldier' is authentic. 1/15 🧵
2/ First, the most lethal thing on the battlefield remains a human. But, the most lethal and effective weapon system on the ground in #Ukraine is artillery. The decline in the amount & use of #artillery since the Cold War must be fixed in western armies.
3/ But, as recent studies (including some really excellent reports from @RUSI_org) have shown, the industrial base for weapon and munitions production has declined. This will need to be redressed quickly.
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Ep 68 is out!

@beznahej talks about implementing an OKR performance management system to set&track goals in a meaningful way.

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#EngineeringManagement #leadership #OKRs
Here are a few takeaways:

1. Focus on the bigger picture

When engineers work on a piece of code, they don't see how it contributes to North Star goals. OKRs help them see the bigger picture, so they'll value their own contribution more.
2. Customize OKRs

An OKR performance management system works best if you tailor it to your team's needs. Be patient when you introduce OKRs, have discussions to see what works and what needs to be changed, and welcome questions and suggestions from everyone.
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People eat, sleep, live, and often make money outside of the internet.

But if you want to make money online…
Content creation is one of the easiest ways.

This thread will show you the content creation framework to make money on LinkedIn. 🧵
You can make and produce a ton of content.
You don’t even need to be an expert.
But you will still make money.
Follow along.
LinkedIn is the platform for me.
You may think LinkedIn is not for you…
But give it a try.
I’ve seen people from dancers, to artists, to students…
…and businesses making money using LinkedIn
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Ep 67 is out!

@ritendra from @fb_engineering gives advice on improving cross-functional collaboration in software engineering.

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#EngineeringManagement #leadership
Here are a few takeaways:

1. Don't overemphasize roles

Cross-functional collaboration works best if you hire well-rounded people who can think outside of their assigned roles. Product managers may have engineering ideas, just like engineers can come up with great product ideas.
2. Encourage empathy sessions

Cross-functional collaboration can cause frustration when people don't see the value of other functions. Hold empathy sessions where cross-functional partners explain what's challenging about their role. They'll appreciate each other's work more.
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#selfdevelopment #marketing

Salah satu pencapaian gue dalam karir adalah membuat campaign buat launchingnya Traveloka di tahun 2014-2015an.

Waktu itu, gue dan tim come up dengan tagline “Traveloka Dulu, Traveling Kemudian”

Mau tau cerita di balik itu?

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Disclaimer : sharing ini gak menggambarkan strategy besar secara keseluruhannya juga. Prosesnya jauh lebih panjang dan lebih complex dari cuma tweet ini.

Jadi, jangan ditelen mentah2 or dipraktekin langsung ya.

Cuma buat sharing biar temen2 terinspirasi.
Di masa itu, booking pesawat atau hotel melalui Online Travel Agent (OTA) belum menjadi sebuah norma seperti sekarang.

Masih cari cari lewat telpon atau booking ke travel agent langganan. Cara yang traditional dan conventional, kan?

Siapa disini yang masih begitu?
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An updated thread on the wartime #leadership demonstrated by @ZelenskyyUa – with a focus on visiting troops in the field, effective civil-military relations, and courage. 1/14 🧵
2/ His visits have many purposes. First, it allows @ZelenskyyUa to get a feel for the morale and capability of his military in the field. You can read reports all day, but there is no substitute for walking the ground with leaders at the tip of the spear.
3/ A second purpose is that it allows him to ask questions. This is an important function of a national political leader in their interaction with military commanders. Even the best staff cannot anticipate all the questions their leaders might have.
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Ep 66 is out!

@tylerhartley talks about the philosophies, habits and challenges of building truly agile organizations.

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#EngineeringManagement #agile #leadership
Here are a few takeaways:

1. Become an entirely agile organization

Do not limit agile to engineering. When your entire organization adapts to the agile philosophies, you can react to changes easier and faster.
2. Strive for "pretty good"

As an agile organization, you’re constantly iterating your product. This means you always leave room for improvement. So, don't try to make everything perfect the first try - strive for "pretty good" and keep iterating!
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1/8 What drives a toxic culture and how to stop drinking the Kool-Aid before it’s too late 🧵
fearlessculture.design/blog-posts/the… #leadership
2/8 People don’t quit jobs but toxic workplaces – the number one factor driving the Great Resignation. #Jobs
3/8 Toxicity doesn’t happen overnight – it’s the result of systematic efforts between those who encourage poisonous behaviors and those who enable them. #leadership
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On May 10th, 1940 Winston Churchill took over 10 Downing Street and became the British Prime Minister, pushing Chamberlain out in disgrace and forming a new “all party” government. The collapse of the French army shocked the world, and Churchill feared they were next. Image
On May 15th Churchill sends his first message as Prime Minister to FDR. "“The scene has darkened swiftly. The small countries are simply smashed up, one by one, like matchwood. We expect to be attacked ourselves in the near future. Image
… But I trust you realize Mr. President, that the voice and force of the United States may count for nothing if they are withheld too long.”
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The @NHS_RHO is a do-tank not a think-tank #RHOConf22.

It’s a place where things get done @Voa1234

How an org values it’s ethnic minority staff is a good barometer of how well patients are likely to feel irrespective of skin colour

It’s about #leadership
Now @DrHNaqvi starting with a quote from #JRRTolkein #RHOConf22

We must break down #inequalities

The @NHS_RHO set up to:
Synthesise insight
Inform policy
Enable transformation

Work programme uses global data driven evidence

Year 1 report:
tinyurl.com/4znax229
What drives racial inequities? @D_R_Williams1 #RHOConf22

Socioeconomic status SES matters
In the UK for every £1 a white person has, a Black/Bangladeshi has 10p

But after SES taken into account, it’s about race
Not about “trying harder”
Neighbourhood opportunity matters
#Racism
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Russian forces have apparently now completed their conquest of the Luhansk region. They have however only partially succeed in achieving their operational objective of capturing the Donbas. They have not destroyed the Ukrainian army in field, nor their steel will. 1/12 🧵
2/ The Ukrainians, having persevered in the face of Russian artillery & air power, conducted a disciplined retrograde operation to preserve their army. They have ensured the Russian forces have bled for every metre of territory gained in Luhansk. smh.com.au/world/europe/a…
3/ Russia will leverage this ‘victory’ for its strategic influence campaign. Putin, having already apparently declared victory in the past 24 hours, will want to communicate this as a success to his domestic audience.
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Et la deuxième journée d’#AgiLille démarre avec notre signataire polyglotte préféré, j’ai nommé @TotherAlistair 🙌

Et sur un beau sujet ❤️
En 2022 les salarié•es attendent de leur leaderships qu’iels soutiennent leurs initiatives.

Retour sur une anecdote avec sa professeuse de tango –en français, inclusif qui plus est 🥰

#AgiLille
Rappel de cette boussole qu’est Heart of #Agile
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Ep 65 is out!

@SteveTauber talks about productive IT audit sessions from preparation through execution to follow-up actions.

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#EngineeringManagement #audit #leadership
Here are a few takeaways:

1. Provide psychological safety

The number one trait of high-performance teams is psychological safety. If you can establish that within your company, it's easier for everyone to work together and build a high quality engineering product.
2. Evaluate objectively

It's hard to pinpoint what's going wrong in your company. Reflecting on how your teams operate, why they follow certain rituals and how they interact with each other is a good way to start.
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An important #leadership characteristic demonstrated by @ZelenskyyUa has been his willingness to take personal risk to visit soldiers in the field, and get his own sense of how the war is progressing. 1/11 🧵
2/ These visits have a range of purposes. First, it allows @ZelenskyyUa to get a feel for the morale and capability of his military in the field. You can read reports all day, but there is no substitute for walking the ground with leaders at the tip of the spear.
3/ A second purpose is that it allows him to ask questions. This is an important function of a national political leader in their interaction with military commanders. Even the best staff cannot anticipate all the questions their leaders might have.
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My business was stuck at around 3 million per year for a long time.

We recently made $318,000 in 5 days. This kind of profit has become normal thanks to the 3 things I’ll share in this quick 2 min thread. 👇
By the way… my new model is 0 ads, 0 launches and 0 landing pages.

So, hold on tight and save this for later because if I’d have known this sooner I’d probs be a billionaire by now…

(JK, but I would have been able to have actually lived a little while on this journey)
👉The first thing I learned is that no one is coming to save me.

...I used to spend hundreds of thousands per year on agencies to solve “just one thing”...

When what I've learned now is that there are many ways to reach the outcome. But only if you stick to the plan & execute.
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NEW: For @CSCR_pk, I profile Air Marshal Ravi Gopal Krishana Kapoor, the 13th Commander-in-Chief of India's Strategic Forces Command.
#India #military #defence #nuclear #leadership #profile
cscr.pk/explore/themes…
Noteworthy extracts:-

"Ravindra’s appointment was a rather hushed affair in the mainstream media, with a timid announcement and brief mention in a Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) newsletter from earlier this year".
"As Air Commodore, Ravi was the AOC of 9 Wing, Halwara, Punjab... It has served as a frontline base for offensive operations against Pak, including the Kargil War. Ravi’s tenure saw the resurrection of 220 Squadron (Desert Tigers) with the induction of Su-30MKI aircraft."
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How long does it take to advance to a software Engineering Manager? My answer below.

#developer #webdeveloper #webdev #coder #womenintech #career #careeradvice #careerintech
#engineeringmanager #management #techlead #leadership #cto #leaddev
While there is no set number of years, generally, 5 - 7 years in a software engineer role is what most engineering managers have before they take on the management path.
Some tech companies put senior engineers on the same level as their engineering managers for this very reason. Engineering management is a linear and alternate career track to software engineering.
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An important characteristic demonstrated by @ZelenskyyUa is his willingness to take personal risk to visit soldiers in the field, and get his own sense of how military operations are unfolding. 1/7 🧵 #Ukraine #leadership
2/ These visits serve multiple ends. First, it allows @ZelenskyyUa to get a feel for the morale and capability of his military in the field. You can read reports all day, but there is no substitute for walking the ground with leaders at the tip of the spear.
3/ A second purpose is that it allows him to ask questions. This is an important function of a national political leader in their interaction with military commanders. It is explored by @EliotACohen in “Supreme Command”, and is an important aspect of healthy civ-mil relations.
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War is an incredibly destructive human endeavour. And despite their courage and resilience, the war in #Ukraine has been a violent tragedy for the people of Ukraine. But the war is also a learning opportunity for military institutions around the world. 1/25
2/ In his book, “War: What Is It Good For?” Ian Morris argues that war throughout history has benefitted humans because it led to bigger, more complex societies, ruled by governments which then suppressed as much internal violence as possible.
3/ Clausewitz saw its ‘benefits’ in more simple terms – as an “act of violence intended to compel our opponent to fulfil our will.”
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Today I write this thread to call in @girlguidesofCan; last week, after six years, I resigned as a leader with GGC, and have decided not to register my daughters in GGC programming for the foreseeable future, due to the lack of COVID safety at GGC meetings and events. 1/28
At the beginning of the pandemic, GGC took a very safety-conscious stance regarding COVID, and GGC activities were the one place my daughter and I felt safest because of that stance, including some in-person events; we were so grateful. 2/28
Unfortunately, as government messaging shifted toward "personal responsibility" to protect oneself from COVID, and protections were loosened, so, too, did the messaging from @girlguidesofcan change. 3/28
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Data Scientist Job Openings On LinkedIn:
March - 138K
Now - 134K

Hiring is slowing for mid to junior-level roles. That's the first sign of tightening budgets and more changes will come quickly. Let me explain what comes next.
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#DataScience #MachineLearning #Leadership
Higher costs are compressing margins for businesses across industries. Revenue growth has stagnated. Both factors mean businesses must find ways to cut costs or they are in danger.
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#DataScience #MachineLearning #Leadership
Missing on revenue projections or lowering guidance for the rest of the year is a death sentence for share prices. The C Suite is measured by share price so they're moving quickly to cut costs.
3/14
#DataScience #MachineLearning #Leadership
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#selfdevelopment

Sore tadi, lagi merenung sedikit tentang "bersyukur" dan "berambisi" gara2 obrolan sebentar sama nyokap.

Nyokap gue bikin gue berpikir :
Bener gak sih kita harus bersyukur terus setiap waktu?

Kontemplasi sore sebelum long holiday selesai.

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Btw, tulisan ini adalah pandangan pribadi gue ya, berdasarkan apa yang gue pikirkan dan rasakan.

It can be wrong, dan pemahaman gue pasti akan berubah seiring bertambahnya umur dan pengalaman.

Jadi, baca ini dengan pikiran terbuka dan take it with grain of salt ya :)
Kadang, gue merasa bersyukur itu suka disamain dengan "menerima keadaan"

Ketika menerima keadaan, kita jadi lupa bahwa keadaan kita sekarang itu sifatnya temporary dan bisa dirubah.

Jadi, kalau kita mungkin lagi banyak cobaan dan susah, sebenernya itu bisa berubah.
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1963, Cambridge, MA. A psychologist is about to run an experiment with profound impacts on how instructors view students and leaders view their people.

Bob Rosenthal is about to discover the #Pygmalion Effect.

A thread about unlocking #potential for leaders and instructors Image
But first, h/t to @rcbregman. You can find this and other lesson on human nature in 'Human Kind'. I highly recommend it.

And to people like @UpSkillYourLife, @dklineii and @SahilBloom, all of whom have touch on this before. Image
@rcbregman @UpSkillYourLife @dklineii @SahilBloom Back to Bob. He sets up two cages, each with the same maze. Then puts signs on each cage identifying one group of rats as highly intelligent, and the others as dull and dim-witted.

The catch? Both groups are perfectly normal and exactly the same. Image
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#selfdevelopment #leadership

Banyak dari kita (termasuk gue) yang kadang suka bertanya :

"Gimana ya caranya biar kita bisa berdampak di kantor/komunitas/lingkungan/dll?"

Kali ini, gue mau share apa POV gue tentang apa artinya "Impactful"

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Disclaimer :
Ini adalah berdasarkan pengalaman gue pribadi, dan bukan satu satunya cara yang benar ya. Jadi masih ada pendapat lain tentang topik ini.

Jadi, jangan ditelan atau dipraktekan mentah2 ya.
Perlu kebijaksanaan juga ya :)
Menurut gue, kadang kita terjebak dalam pemikiran bahwa apa yang kita lakukan itu harus sesuai dengan passion atau purpose kita agar apa yang kita lakukan itu BERDAMPAK dan BERARTI.

Gak salah, tapi kadang orang suka kelupaan step awalnya, yaitu BERGUNA.
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