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first_imgNext: at Tampa Bay23. Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) ▼ 2I think the Carson Wentz hype train has officially died down. — DimakosNext: vs. Washington24. San Diego Chargers (5-7) ▼ 2Rivers threw a big pick-six? Weird. I know, I know, he’s awesome. — MarottaNext: at Carolina25. Cincinnati Bengals (4-7-1) ▲ 1 Marvin Lewis is still talking playoffs. He’s not getting there and he’s 0-7 when he does. — MorganNext: at Cleveland26. Carolina Panthers (4-8) ▼ 1If Cam would have only worn a tie, they might have stayed within four touchdowns of the Seahawks. — GreenNext: vs. San Diego27. Los Angeles Rams (4-8) —When I think of the Rams, I hear Nelson Muntz’s “Ha-ha” on a loop in my head. — MarottaNext: vs. Atlanta28. Chicago Bears (3-9) ▲ 1Matt Barkley is the superstar we’ve been waiting for (text from my Dad). — DimakosNext: at Detroit29. New York Jets (3-9) ▼ 1It cost more to buy a beer than it did to go to a MNF game. It’s a new low in New York. — DimakosNext: at San Francisco30. Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10) —Calling them a dumpster fire is offensive to garbage receptacles that have been set aflame. — Green Next: vs. Seattle14. Washington Redskins (6-5-1) ▼ 2Tough loss in Arizona. Offense is good. Defense needs work. — GreenNext: at Philadelphia15. Miami Dolphins (7-4) ▼ 4Getting shredded by Joe Flacco doesn’t exactly scream “contender.” — LapinskiNext: vs. Arizona16. Minnesota Vikings (6-6) ▼ 1 Even Mike Zimmer could see that Sam Bradford got hit in the face on the potential game-tying two-point conversion. What?! Too soon? — GrialouNext: at Jacksonville17. Tennessee Titans (6-6) ▲ 2I think they’re a year away from the playoffs. — DimakosNext: vs. Denver18. Arizona Cardinals (5-6-1) ▲ 5Too little, too late? Either way, that was easily their best win of the year. — BurnsNext: at Miami19. Buffalo Bills (6-6) ▼ 5So average, you’d think Jeff Fisher was their coach. — GreenNext: vs. Pittsburgh20. Indianapolis Colts (5-6) ▲ 5With Andrew Luck back, we’ve got ’em winning the AFC South. — Morgan Next: vs. Houston21. Houston Texans (6-6) ▼ 4Money wasted. — BurnsNext: at Indianapolis22. New Orleans Saints (5-7) ▼ 2Remember when the Superdome was a tough venue for visitors? Saints are 10-13 at home since ’14. –Marotta Keep inventing new ways to win games, like Eric Berry’s INT 2-point conversion. — MorganNext: vs. Oakland6. Denver Broncos (8-4) ▲ 1Not exactly a convincing win over Jacksonville, though I’m not convinced this team can win convincingly. — GreenNext: at Tennessee7. Detroit Lions (8-4) ▲ 2*Dory voice* “Just keep winning, just keep winning.” — GreenNext: vs. Chicago8. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) ▲ 2The team New England should fear in the AFC. — BurnsNext: at Buffalo9. New York Giants (8-4) ▼ 3Schedule now tougher…two WRs talking about not getting targets — trouble! — MarottaNext: vs. Dallas10. Atlanta Falcons (7-5) ▼ 3A Sirius/XM NFL radio caller said Matt Ryan is “a human piece of garbage” who must be cut. — MorganNext: at Los Angeles11. Baltimore Ravens (7-5) ▲ 2They always seem to get better as the weather gets colder. — LapinskiNext: at New England12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-5) ▲ 4Dirk Koetter, coach of the year? — BurnsNext: vs. New Orleans13. Green Bay Packers (6-6) ▲ 5My money’s on Aaron Rodgers earning the NFC’s final Wild Card spot. — Morgan For the second straight week, the Dallas Cowboys got a scare. For the second straight week, they survived.For the 11th straight week, they won.The Cowboys are in the top spot again this week in the Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings, following a controversial 17-15 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday Night Football. The New England Patriots, who slogged through a win over the punchless Los Angeles Rams, and the Oakland Raiders, who staged a furious rally to beat the Buffalo Bills, stayed in the top three. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling There was movement in the top five, however. The Seattle Seahawks leapfrogged the Kansas City Chiefs — who scored a crazy, one-point win in Atlanta — by virtue of Adam Green’s ballot. Green, apparently unimpressed by what Andy Reid’s team has cooking, has the Chiefs sixth in his pecking order, so feel free to call him out (@TheAdamGreen on Twitter). Just kidding. Maybe.Locally, the Arizona Cardinals surged for the first time in a while after a nice 31-23 win over the Washington Redskins that actually resembled something from their special 2015 season.Here’s the way our panel voted this weekHere’s each member’s individual ballot1. Dallas Cowboys (11-1) — Too much Dallas garb in the Valley…can they suck again? — DimakosNext: at New York Giants2. New England Patriots (10-2) —Losing Gronk is a legitimate big-picture concern. — LapinksiNext: vs. Baltimore3. Oakland Raiders (10-2) — Derek Carr for MVP? — GrialouNext: at Kansas City4. Seattle Seahawks (8-3-1) ▲ 1 The injuries are mounting. How do they deal with losing Earl Thomas? — MarottaNext: at Green Bay5. Kansas City Chiefs (9-3) ▼ 1 Next: vs. Minnesota31. San Francisco 49ers (1-11) —1-for-5 with 4 yards and you’re surprised you got benched, Colin? — BurnsNext: vs. NY Jets32. Cleveland Browns (0-11) —There’s somebody like this in every office: do nothing for 12 weeks and they get a vacation. — LapinskiNext: vs. Cincinnati Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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AMP Your Product Development Team

first_imgLooking to AMP up employee motivation? No, we’re not just talking about cranking the volume with your product development team; this is:AMP: Autonomy, Mastery, and PurposeAutonomyLook at your product development team as a mini-startup. For each section of the product development process, allow your employees to truly own what they’re working with. This will establish real autonomy, “… where they can make their own decisions, drive their own metrics, experiment as they see fit, and be accountable for the consequences,” Yoav Shapira writes.MasteryEncourage learning with these ideas:Tuition reimbursementAllow contributions to open-source projectsInvolve them in the recruiting processOr start an internal educational program!PurposeTake a page from Hubspot’s book on leadership!“Just like our company has a Board of Directors for advice and feedback and tracking progress, our management team serves as a Board for the different product teams.  We have a monthly Board meeting where each team presents its progress on the metrics they track, analysis thereof, and plans for the next month or two.  We have an open and candid discussion about what’s going on, but the team decides what to do next.”Ready to AMP ’em up?AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

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