For decades, science fiction writers and skilled marketers have been promising the panacea of a technically enhanced future, a carefree lifestyle in which we are relieved from the drudgery of routine tasks and the burdens of daily life. References: Lost in Space Holodeck Dear Parents: The Internet Never Forgets Ori BrafmanJoin the conversation.
For most organizations, especially legacy brands, there is a tendency to get trapped by success. Between quarterly results and team goals and division metrics, all their work becomes focused on hitting these numbers.Read the article.
It’s mid-morning. It’s dry, dusty, hot and almost 100° F. I’m walking through the market in Old Fangak, South Sudan.Read the article.
I never set out to be CEO of a hospital. I actually had aspirations of beauty school in my younger years, as I always liked helping people feel good about themselves.Read the article.
I’m a business school researcher, and the game has changed throughout the years. I’ve come to sympathize more with the demands and expectations placed on leadersRead the article.
I am the newly appointed Dean for the College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA), and this past year has been one of personal firsts: It was my first appointment as a university Dean, and the first time moving my family to live in Alaska.Read the article.
Leadership and rock climbing have striking similarities. I recently watched Free Solo, the 2019 Oscar-winning documentary about Alex Honnold’s ascent of Yosemite’s El Capitan. The climb is 3,200 feet straight-up, and free soloing is ascending without a rope. The feat had never been attempted, and for good reason: One mistake can mean paying the ultimate price. As I watched Alex… Read more »Read the post.