Parks for All Strives to Create More Inclusive Communities for All Children Since you’re reading a magazine called STRIVE, you have a bit of an entrepreneurial, innovative spirit. You are an idea person and a leader. You strive to bring value to the world, a voice to the table and action to that voice. You… Read more »Read the article.
Books will soon be obsolete in the public schools. Scholars will be instructed through the eye.” — Thomas Edison. Edison foresaw the future of education while pioneering the development of machines for displaying motion pictures. And the wizard of Menlo Park was right! Today, the traditional classrooms have vividly changed! The green boards are replaced… Read more »Read the article.
Far too often in financial downturns, marketing and advertising are the first victims of cost cutting. And for a very short time, past goodwill can carry the business. But once market share begins to erode, it costs many times more to regain it. Because your smart competitor, who chose to get aggressive while you cut… Read more »Read the article.
Just today, a competitor suggested that BMG close our office—that during economic downturn, “smart” leaders cut budgets, and the first things to go are strategic planning, employee development and, in his words, the “kumbaya” elements of business. In short, employers don’t have the stomach for the touchy-feely. We respectfully disagree. In many companies, there is… Read more »Read the article.
I do not claim to be an expert on dealing with disruption but I do lay claim to having a lot of experience with it. After all, The Chariot Group has made its home in the technology sector, an industry that is defined by continuous disruption and, as a result, is subject to ceaseless change.… Read more »Read the article.
When Darwin coined the term, “Adapt or Die,” he was referring to animals. When something in their environment changes, do they adapt to it or do they become extinct? Alaskans certainly see Darwin’s theory in action in the mighty Musk Ox, the great Polar Bear, and the highly intelligent and adaptable wolf. Of course, Darwin’s… Read more »Read the article.