No One Is Replaceable

April 7, 2016By Josh Allan DykstraCulture, Engagement, Leadership

This article was originally posted on Fast Company If you’re like me, you’ve probably heard many variations of it throughout your work career: “Everyone is replaceable.” In practice, it sounds like this… “If you don’t want to do the job, there are hundreds—maybe thousands!—of people who are desperate for work and we’ll go find them.” … Read More

Encourage The Impossible

March 24, 2016By Josh Allan DykstraCulture, Future Of Work, Strengths

For me doing practically anything an Olympic athlete does is impossible. For me, building the financial models that power big companies is impossible. For me, playing in the NFL is impossible. (Don’t believe me, download a few photos.) It’s true that I don’t know how to do any of these things, but it’s not just … Read More

Is Having A Good Job A Human Rights Issue?

March 10, 2016By Josh Allan DykstraEngagement, Future Of Work

[This article was originally published on Switch & Shift] Today, our organizations are a lot of things… They are the economic engines of the world. For example, did you know that of the top 150 economic entities in the world, 58% of those entities are corporations — not nations/countries? They are the places where we occupy some most of our time. Where do … Read More

The Future Of Management Is No Managers

March 3, 2016By Josh Allan DykstraFuture Of Work, Leadership

[This article was originally posted on The Huffington Post] When I was doing the research for my book, Igniting the Invisible Tribe, I stumbled across an article by Gary Hamel called “First, Let’s Fire All The Managers.” Released by Harvard Business Review in December of 2011 about a California-based tomato processing company called Morning Star, I … Read More