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Category Archives: Leadership
I was an adolescent when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon in July of 1969. Consequently I am more than a bit of a space geek and have always felt that NASA for better or worse has … Continue reading
I was planning to write about Facebook and why people ‘like’ brands. But when I woke up this morning I learned of another round of shootings on a U.S. college campus – Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Here in … Continue reading
During the Cold War most Americans viewed the U.S.S.R. and China in a similar vein. There were memes such as ‘Better Dead than Red’ depicting the ideologies of Socialism and Capitalism as being juxtaposed. When the Soviet Union dissolved in … Continue reading
As I sit on a very cramped New Haven line train, I think about what makes a leader. For whatever reason I had not realized that leaders don’t need to know everything. I know this because I thought I liked … Continue reading
Even before I had bought the original Kindle in 2007 (this was pre-iPad days if you’ll recall), I had been a longtime fan of Jeff Bezos and Amazon.com. Back in the 1990’s I bought some Amazon.com stock @ $11/share only … Continue reading
It’s widely held that the best leaders do more than make things work on the bottom line. There are many examples of successful leaders in terms of contributions to the financial success of their companies or organizations. Yet we’ve also … Continue reading