In Invisibles (Portfolio/Penguin Group 2015), David Zweig develops in much greater depth several insights introduced earlier in an article that appeared in The Atlantic (March 12, 2012), “What Do Fact-Checkers and Anesthesiologists Have in Common?.” He explains why some people … READ MORE
Archive for October, 2016
Clarence Thomas has never been assigned a landmark opinion for the Supreme Court. Why? Here is an excerpt from an article by Jeffrey Tobin for The New Yorker in which he responds to that question. To … READ MORE
How and why “this new golden age will not simply arrive; we have to achieve it.”
As you begin to read this book, it … READ MORE
First of all, what is organizational ambidexterity? In essence, it means that an organization is able to take full advantage of its existing assets and capabilities and apply them in the creation of new ones.
This is what Vijay Govindarajan has in mind when recommending what he … READ MORE