Imagine you are on an airplane and seated next to you is a congenial and engaging man or woman. You strike up a conversation and
In 1981, I had the opportunity to view a training film regarding the “Abilene Paradox”. It featured the concept’s author the late Jerry B. Harvey
The Webster Dictionary defines a FACT as “the quality of being actual; something that has actual existence; a piece of information presented as having objective
I’ve been on a reading kick of late and recently finished a book written by Google’s People Operations Director Laszlo Bock. Its title is Work
I recently finished reading a fascinating book by Gillian Tett entitled The Silo Effect; The Peril Of Expertise And The Promise Of Breaking Down Barriers.
Over the years I have observed — up close and from afar — numerous company, business and agency mergers. None of them ever went as smoothly as