Links for Feb 14 2010

I don’t normally do this, but I wanted to do a little self-promotion with this first link:

Eric D. Brown’s Engineering Approach by Ron Egatz on The Induro Blog (an overview of me as photographer)

Ok…back to sharing other’s great work:

Little, inexpensive things mean a lot by Mark Riffey  on Business is Personal

Want to Learn? Learn to Teach by Suze on SuzeMuze

Are You Customer-Averse? by Valeria Maltoni on Conversation Agent

Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy by Derek Sivers

The Real Lesson of Toyota: Cultural Insensitivity? by Charles H. Green on Trust Matters blog

Better User Experience With Storytelling, Part 2 by Francisco Inchauste on Smashing Magazine (see Part 1 also)

Top 3 Business Benefits of (internal) Enterprise 2.0 by Scott Gavin

The brand, the package, the story and the worldview by Seth Godin on Seth’s Blog

Discipline * Skill = Craftsmanship by Jurgen Appelo on NOOP.NL: Managing Software Development

Why Ideas Are Core to Enterprise 2.0 by Hutch Carpenter on I’m Not Actually a Geek

The Power of the Audience by Anil Dash

Leaders Make Connections by Michael McKinney on Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog @ LeadershipNow

Beware the dark side of the IT PMO by Linda Tucci on TotalCIO

Switch: How To Change Things When Change Is Hard by Pierre DeBois on Small Business Trends