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A Blueprint for a Healthy Company

One of the greatest impediments to genuine, selfless service is the dubiousness on the part of the recipient. Rather than thanking, “Finally an answer to my problems!”, people who have been around the block (it doesn’t take long) are more … Continue reading

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Digital Distraction

I was sitting in a meeting the other day at work and realized how often I glanced at my email or looked to my phone for text messages that were certain to come in over the course of the hour. … Continue reading

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The Narcissism of Small Differences

If you’ve been on an internet forum or read through the comments to a blog post, news item or YouTube video of late, you’ve probably noticed the remarkable range of viewpoints expressed on topics about which there is general agreement. … Continue reading

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Creative Impulse, Creative Field: A New Corporate Structure

I spent a little time thinking about organizational process flows and corporate structure the other day and realized that although the two are often depicted as being linear and flat, the reality of both is that they are multi-dimensional and … Continue reading

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A Healthy World

While I am incredibly grateful for the education I received at the Carroll Graduate School of Management at Boston College, I must admit that there was one area of function that I was not adequately prepared for as I moved … Continue reading

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Hidden Resources

“What a man believes may be ascertained, not from his creed, but from the assumptions on which he habitually acts.” ~ George Bernard Shaw My management and sales team and I invested an hour of increasingly precious time discussing the … Continue reading

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