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  • Brick Wall
  • A Smarter Kind Of Flexibility

    You’ve heard the old tale. Two people are walking through a field. They come to a gigantic brick wall as tall as the sky that spans from one side of the horizon to the other. The first person backs up … Continued

  • Gerrit Zahn
  • Gerrit Zahn’s Corporate Values

    Everyone likes to talk about values, don’t they? Especially in corporate leadership roles. But so many values statements sound bland, boring and frankly unmemorable. Gerrit Zahn, chairman of the Dutch megabank ABN AMRO (and a former finance minister), has always … Continued

  • Michael Bay
  • Michael Bay, Samsung, and an Autocue

    Poor old Michael Bay. That’s not a sentiment you’re likely to see on screen or in print that often, so I thought I’d kick off this blog with a simple expression of sympathy. This famously aggressive director of famously mindless … Continued

  • Lady Justice
  • Papa Values

    Values are a person’s principles or standards. They are what you or I hold to be important in life or in work. One person may prize a steady work ethic. Another may value across-the-board honesty over all else. Another may … Continued

  • January 13th Michael-Bay-CES-Samsung-UHD-TV-635-telegraph
  • Michael Bay: Flight not Fight

    The movie just below is Michael Bay, director of blockbuster films like Transformers, walking off the stage of a Samsung TV Talk Tech Expo in Las Vegas because his teleprompter wasn’t working.  My level of empathy is very high and … Continued

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