Monthly Archives: March 2016

Why Companies Are Being Disrupted

I just found this article in the Wall Street Journal of January 26, and should have commented earlier. Most of the article is forgettable, aside from the reference to Clay Christensen’s work on innovation and disruption, but there’s one phrase … Continue reading

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Trumpism Does Add Up

If Princeton professor Alan Blinder were my student and had written a paper such as what appeared in the Wall Street Journal on 3/25, it would be marked either ‘incomplete’ or a ‘D’. He’s a pretty well known guy and … Continue reading

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What’s the most important leadership skill

In the march issue of Entrepreneur, employees were asked what they thought were the most important leadership traits. This will be a two part post. Here are five traits: 1. Be prepared to do anything you are asking your employees … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal Agonistes

It’s fun to watch the venerable WSJ gnash its journalistic teeth to come to support Trump. Dan Henninger in particular, in his latest column. Dan, you had ‘The Speech” when Trump rode down the escalator and declared I want to … Continue reading

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Tim, Fire Your Flacks

Argh. The flacks advising Tim Cook should be fired. Was reading an article about what a great leader Tim Cook is (we still have our doubts), but his stance on not allowing the Feds (or Apple) to¬†open IPhone of the … Continue reading

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