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Thanks for posting about Montessori.
I wrote an article entitled, “Superwoman Was Already Here” about Montessori that you might enjoy.
I also produced this RSA-style animation about Montessori
I welcome feedback on these items.
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I’ve written 6 books, two of them business books. I’m now starting something new around business agility. Rather than writing books, I’m making videos and writing online:
and I’ve published a course on corporate culture you will probably enjoy:
I’m publishing on LinkedIn:
I hope you enjoy reading my work. I think you will find it refreshing.
I was thrilled to get a google alert on your interview with Jon Kolko. He’s quite an inspiration and I’ve been fortunate enough to also have had the pleasure of interviewing him for Capture Your Flag.
I thought you would find his videos useful – we have filmed him in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and hope to revisit with him to continue our documentary filming this fall. Here is a YouTube playlist of all his CYF videos to date:
Keep inspiring with your work!
Take Care. Capture Your Flag.
Thank you, Eric, for your comments. I very much appreciate the resources that you and your associates at CYF have created thus far. I urge everyone to check them out. Meanwhile, best wishes and warmest regards, Bob
We noticed in your recent blog post reviewing “The Challenger Customer” (http://bobmorris.biz/the-challenger-customer-a-book-review-by-bob-morris) that you referred to our company as “Corporate Executive Board (CEB).” While we formerly went by Corporate Executive Board, we underwent a rebranding two years ago and now legally go by CEB only.
The reference should read as follows: “and their colleagues at CEB what their rigorous and extensive…”
If you could please correct this reference within your blog post to read CEB only as soon as possible, we would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you for the update.
I have made the revision.
I have written several business books (available in Amazon) and I’m ready to publish another. I would love for you to review it; can you please tell me how you work (conditions) and how you charge? I will appreciate your prompt response.
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Hi Bob, love your work. Would you be interested in doing an article on traditional corporate business and start up culture? I have worked for FedEx for 13 years and 3rd start up now for the past 6 and find there are such incredible differences. Simon
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Yesterday, I came across your article Why Positivity is So Essential in the Workplace. I really enjoyed it. I find your work to be useful, actionable, and inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing it with the world.
While reading, I noticed that you linked to one of my favorite articles What Is Positive Psychology? (http://psychology.about.com/od/branchesofpsycholog1/a/positive-psychology.htm)
So, I thought I’d shoot you a quick message to let you know that I created a similar article. It’s called Positivity: 11 Steps To Grow Your Happiness. It’s a more thorough, specific, and up to date resource for positivity and positive psychology. (http://www.earthunchained.com/positivity/)
It might be worth a mention on your page, because I can see that you appreciate high-quality content, too.
Either way, keep up your inspiring work 🙂
You did a great job reviewing my book. I have just come out with Marketing 4.0 which updates marketing to the digital age. Wiley published it and I hope that you can review it.
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I am currently working on pulling together a full day session focused on ” Mindsets and Skills for the Digital Age ” and was wondering given all your reading if you have any recent books or articles related to this topic.
Bob, I think you share my view that leadership is more than supervisory skills. My passion is organizational design, which has a huge influence on performance and employee satisfaction.
As fodder for your blog and as a potential book review, would you have any interest in my latest book on org structure? With this engineering science of structure, you can look at any org chart and see who’s fighting with whom, who’s not making objectives, and who has ulcers!
I’d be honored to send you a review copy if you’d like.
Good to hear from you, Dean.
I shall be pleased to read and consider the book:
Best regards, Bob
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