Aug 5, 2011

Want a better idea of how you're doing?

Ask other people three simple questions.
What should I stop doing?
What should I keep doing?
What should I start doing?
Thomas J. DeLong, Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School, learned this from a psychology professor in college.He called it the SKS form. It was simply a process whereby we would ask others what we should stop (S),keep (K), and start (S) doing, given a

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