Huffington Post

Big Data Needn’t Be “Evil Data” in the Workplace

April 12, 2016

When I work with executives, I’m wary when they get that “gleam” in their eye when reviewing reams of data with me. If it’s nothing but, “50% margin blah blah” and “trending indicators yada yada,” warning bells go off in my head. There needs to be the counter-weight of people somewhere in that equation to inform their decision-making. Big data […]

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Huffington Post’s “True North Leaders”

February 1, 2016

When Huffington Post published my article How to Stay Okay with Who You Are and Still Meet the Demands of Leadership, I discovered this great part of the site: their “True North Leaders” section, which highlights the “inner game” that leaders must master: authenticity, courage, values and integrity. I write about those topics frequently, so I’ll be sure […]

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How do You Build a Culture with Integrity When Your Product Has None?

May 30, 2014

First of all, let me say this: I’m an American. I believe in free enterprise. If a company wants to offer a ridiculous product and people buy it, then let the market decide. But sometimes, I just have to wonder. For example, does the world really need not one, but two smart phone apps (called, […]

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