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Of Verbs, Circles, and the Cultural Mean

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me!” – A child’s desperate retort. Remember that refrain? Seems like a necessary staple that runs through every pre-adolescent’s life, reinforced by helpful friends and parents desperate to … Continue reading

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Thought Provoking but Obscure Articles (and Not So Obscure Books) from 2016

So little time, so many books, so many articles, so many blogs… I missed posting a compilation last year as we were in the throes of relocating, but have reoriented myself (almost) in time to put together this collection. Here … Continue reading

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Culture 5 – America, A Positive Sum (+∑) Culture, Mostly

This seems to be becoming routine: I get an idea; I ponder it, read and “research” it; write it; and then get hit with a multitude of higher priority items* that intrude between me and the “Publish” button. (*An organization’s … Continue reading

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Culture 5 – The Culture of Nations

“The strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home.” Confucius I knew something was up. I couldn’t just jump into The Culture of Organizations and be done with it. I was led by the developing pattern I … Continue reading

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