Monthly Archives: March 2016

Delegation & Supervision by Brian Tracy

Our marketing team at work continues to grow and so one of the goals I’ve set myself this year is to improve my delegation skills. For a (reformed, almost) perfectionist like me, delegation can be a tricky skill to master. You might assign a task and then find yourself ‘checking in’ too regularly, or worse […]

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Scrum Marketing: Applying Agile Methodologies to Marketing, by James Wright

Recently I’ve become a bit obsessed with agile methodology (of which scrum is a subset) and how marketers can learn from this. Agile is different way of working (or project managing) that was started by those smart software developers. Lately I’ve been reading a lot (including this book) on how this can be adapted and […]

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Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, by Greg McKeown

Hat tip to Nicole Williams (see her website who recommended this book on Twitter. If you’ve ever been frustrated at your work by a lack of clarity (who hasn’t) or felt like you were being stretched too thin, then you’ll get something out of the advice in this book. I’m a huge fan of […]

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