Closing out 2011, I look back at the year’s most viewed posts as a chance to reflect on topics I blog about people view most.
Why were some viewed over others: topic, time-of-year, day-of-week?
In descending order:
10. Competing values drives your organization out of business —
A 2009 blog about organization culture’s impact on change and what happens when organizations who can not identify or manage culture get stuck, become irrelevant, and vanish. This blog talks about a culture identification tool called the Competing Values Framework and has a follow-up blog The cost of culture, a 50% turnover of the Fortune 500 that appears in 2011’s top 5.
9. 4 Tips to use Twitter for project management —
Written in January, 2010 this blog seems to have hit a note. This was 1 of 2 blogs eventually highlighted on PM Hut [Project Management Hut], the other Project management is not a process, but a promise.
8. Crowdsourcing your organization strategy, what’s to appreciate —
What is the cost to strategy adoption that avoids organization involvement: failure. This blog ties Appreciative Inquiry with Competing Values [culture] to present a case for expanded involvement.
7. The key to innovation may be better employee hygiene —
Another blog written in 2010, this is about the demand for innovation while constraining more and more talent confidence: will I have a job, who else will get laid off, reduction in benefits, to name a few. This blog looks at hygiene from its organization behavior frame.
6. Scope or: how to manage projects for organization success: stakeholder analysis template —
A 3rd blog from 2010. This 1 of a 5-part series on project scope and the impact scope has on project failure. This blog includes a template to manage stakeholders for project and organization success.
Next: Top 10 blog posts for 2011, 5 to 1
Compare to: Top 10 blog posts for 2012, 10 to 6
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