November 12, 2019Can you imagine the worst possible business environment for a team of top technological talent? Well, veteran CTO and novelist Gene Kim has embraced this vision in his blunder-laden “The Unicorn Project” in which every business SANFU and stumbling block heaps upon our heroine Maxine. Host Bart Jackson brings Gene aboard to discuss the real life wall that so destructively separates managers from technological professionals, to the detriment of all. With wit and insight, Gene poses solid solutions for removing the barriers of suspicion, communication gaps and faulty structures. And the outcome of Gene’s allegorical tale? Fear not. The unsinkable Maxine, with the aid of a shadowy guru brings the Five Comppany-Saving Ideals into play, that – no surprise – hold true equally in the tech room and the C-suite. Tune in and learn ‘em.
PeaceTech Lab – The Art of Waging Peace
November 5, 2019Under the guidance of PeaceTech Lab’s team, young peace builders worldwide are learning how to create cell phone alert systems warning people about incoming bombs, invading terrorist recruiters, and possible hate crimes. In its brief five years, PeaceTech Lab has…
Masters of Business & Well-Being
October 29, 2019Megan McNealy insists that doing well in your career does not magically produce well-being, but the reverse can indeed be true: a personal state of well-being can drive your career joyfully forward. To prove her point, Megan goes straight to…
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Vision that engages only the imagination is fantasy. Vision that also engages the back and brain is called business.
Afterthought: The surest way to inspire people to place their shoulders, sweat, and effort behind your marvelous new plan is to make sure that a) it holds some reward for them personally, and b) make darn sure it really is achievable.