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5 Leadership Hacks- Michael Lopp
MIT has a storied history regarding hacking where the act is viewed as a "clever, benign, and ethical prank or practical joke" at the University. Hack is also defined as the act of breaking into computers or computer networks. My definition is a combination of both. To me, a hack is a clever or unexpectedly efficient means of getting something done. A good hack should feel like cheating because the value created by the hack feels completely disproportionate from the work done. With this definition in mind, I present five leadership hacks I regularly use. These are not practices designed to redefine your leadership philosophy. They are hacks.

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