Markus Gärtner challenges us to re-think of the way development and testing should mix together. In a world leaning toward faster delivery and learning from real users behavior, you need to start utilizing bugs as an opportunity to provide awesome support.
Hunter Walk offers his advice for changing quarterly and yearly reviews with to better fit today's execution dynamics. I would take a step further and mix it on your 1:1 meetings, to make it more tangible.
Beautiful story by Esther Derby, about the risks and lack of alignment when trying to make a top-down change. Better to allow the people who execute to decide how to do so, and provide a top-down vision and support.
Many times I've seen people delegate hiring work to someone else, may it be a recruiter inside the company or a freelance. This post resonates with me as hiring people, I believe, is so crucial you cannot afford to have wrong first impression. If you outsource, let them send the email on your behalf, so at least if the candidate replies, you could take it from there.