After I published this: Now boarding; the ROMR Tour of Duty
…I took a look at what has organically been added (i.e. not as a specific ‘tour’ or reading path) to our Key 4 category here on the blog since our March 2012 site redesign. There are already 32 articles indexed!
The benefit of clicking through the category pages, is that you get a snippet preview — go ahead and try it. Each page is listed from the most recent article to the older ones, you also see the classification footer (which contains the secondary categories the article intersects with, and the tag classification of that article in our MWA Lexicon).
However in this particular case, that also means you’ll have to click through 5 pages to see everything within the ROMR article category. So before our current ROMR Tour of Duty begins, I thought I’d help you out with a shorter Archive Index, and one which replaces any seasonal inclusions with another reading choice. Putting this together was a good review of the last 15 months for me too — I don’t want to be excessively repetitive in what I newly publish for you: I want to build upon it.
This page will end up in the ROMR Key 4 category index too, so you can always access it that way in the right column of the blog, but it will show up for you much sooner! You can also bookmark it in your own way if you prefer.
One last note: The argument can very easily be made that every single article here on MWA Central is in some way connected to reconstructing the Role of the Manager, for my core mission is to mentor, coach, and support the Alaka‘i Manager who answers A Manager’s Calling: The 10 Beliefs of Great Managers.
In all honesty, choosing the primary category for any article I write can be a hard decision, and so this listing may get revised as I continue my audit… it should focus on ROLE RECONSTRUCTION for you, so that after each reading you are left with an actionable thought on how you can proceed, in next-stepping and reconstructing with each step forward you take. That would be a good approach in using it as a tool in tackling this: Management Style by Habit — which case in point, was classified within our Key 2 category, under Worthwhile Work.
That said, this entire site is written for you: If you feel something should be here, let me know!
An ROMR Archive Review ~ March 2012 through June 2013:
- Now boarding; the ROMR Tour of Duty
- 1-Catch the Good, 2-Tell Them!
- Carry, and Use, Pen and Paper
- Managing Basics: Study Their Work
- The 4th Mortal Sin of Management
- The 3 Sins of Management — and the Cure for all 3
- Manager, Keep Thyself Together
- Role Reconstruction: Design your Sweet Spot as Manager
- Life’s 3 Stops in Motivation: Happiness, Meaning, Service
- Alaka‘i Managers are the new Energy Bunnies
- Getting the Old to Become New Again
- They seem happy enough. — Goal!
- Going Forward into 2013, with Aloha
- Managerial Batching: 1, 2, 5 and 7
- The Bull in Your China Shop
- When the Student is Ready, the Teacher will Appear
- Give Managers their Chance to Excel
- You can’t “Be fair.” Be consistent. (Redux)
- “I’m a manager.”
- The Sentence I Hear in Your Workplace Classroom
- Managing: Learn how to ask “Why?”
- Managing: Be a Big Fan of the Small Win
- Managing: Let’s talk about the Basics
- Speak up, I’m listening
- Start with two words: “with Aloha”
- Myth Busting with Aloha
- People Who Do Good Work
- A Sense of Place Delivers True Wealth
- The Victory of Continuous Celebration
- Choose your next Project Kukupa‘u
- What if I’m not a manager?
- A Book to Practice, at Work and in Life