Posts Tagged ‘the Wall-Street Journal’

Marcia Reynolds: Part 2 of a second interview by Bob Morris

ReynoldsMarcia Reynolds, president of Covisioning LLC, works with clients around the world who seek to develop effective leaders. She understands organizational cultures, what blocks communication and innovation, and what is needed to bring people together for better results. She has coached leaders, delivered leadership, coaching and … READ MORE

You really can — and should — argue with success

Bill Belichick

Bill Belichick

In a article written for The Wall Street Journal, “Deflategate Masks the Many Virtues of Belichick” (January 31, 2015), Christopher Caldwell asserts, “Forget the football-deflation scandal: the Patriots’ head coach is one of the best ever.” Caldwell and most … READ MORE

A Flawed Report’s Important Lesson

Noonan, PeggyHere is a brief excerpt from an article by Peggy Noonan for The Wall Street Journal. I agree with her that Americans, regardless of their party affiliation, should agree torture is wrong. To read the complete article, check out others, and obtain subscription information, please … READ MORE

Women at Work: A Guide for Men

LipmanJHere is a brief excerpt from an article by Joanne Lipman for The Wall Street Journal. She explains why even the most well-intentioned male managers can be clueless when dealing with women in the workplace. Her purpose is to “discuss the demystifying of women in the … READ MORE

Stop Wasting Everyone’s Time

Stop Wasting

Here is a brief excerpt from another brilliant article by Sue Shellenbarger for The Wall Street Journal. She acknowledges that meetings and emails kill hours, “but you can identify the worst offenders. To read the complete article, check out others, and obtain subscription information, please … READ MORE

Fee-Based Libraries Were Like Netflix for Books, 200 Years Ago

Fee-Based

Here is a brief excerpt from an article by Daniel Akst for The Wall Street Journal. As he explains, all-you-can-read lending services helped democratize reading. To read the complete article, check out others, and obtain subscription information, please click READ MORE

Inside Seuss Inc.

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Theodor Seuss Geisel (above) died in 1991. The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images

Here is a brief excerpt from an article by Anna Russell for The Wall Street Journal. To read the complete article, check out others, and obtain subscription information, please click READ MORE

Seeking the North Star: A book review by Bob Morris

9781567925074_p0_v1_s114x166Seeking the North Star: Selected Speeches
John R. Silber
David R. Godine, Publisher (2014)

“Discontent combined with youthful idealism and energy for action ensures a brighter future.” John Silber

This volume consists of 30 of John Silber’s speeches that he selected from more than 200, dating from 1971 … READ MORE

Sam Ford: An interview by Bob Morris

Ford, SamSam Ford is Director of Audience Engagement for Peppercomm. His 2013 New York University Press book, Spreadable Media: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture, was co-authored by Henry Jenkins and Joshua Green. The book … READ MORE

Bill Gates’s Favorite Business Book

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In an article Bill Gates wrote for The Wall Street Journal, he suggests that John Brooks’s 1960s essay collection, Business Adventures, still offers many insights into running a strong business. The rules for running a strong … READ MORE

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